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The iPod touch as secure communicator

Joseph Cox at Wired:

If you want to communicate really securely, you may assume you need some government level spy training, a high tech encrypted phone, or at least a custom operating system. Nope. Not at all. It turns out the most secure communications device available to anyone, anywhere, right now is the humble iPod Touch.

An interesting take on how to be ultra secure, and you can put it in your pocket (instead of needing a bag to carry a burner laptop).