It is my right, under section 5.1.a1 under the Radiocommunication Act R.S., 1985, c. R-2, s. 1; 1989, c. 17, s. 2. it states that communications related to public safety are not to be encrypted (treated electronically or otherwise for the purpose of preventing intelligible reception).polkaroo said:Horrah! I hereby officially start the "omg they're going encrypted" conversation part of this thread!!!!!
OMGzorz encryption my rights! my damn rights are infinged upon! i shall write to the chief about my right to listen to comms!!! aaaaaghhhhhh!!!! whatamigonnado whatamigonnado.. ohhhhh.. ohhhhh....... it's people like this who make them argue for encryption! because the whole point of encryption is to prevent idiots and media from listening... more media i think!!!!!!!!!
mrweather said:Almost sounded to me like phone patch of some kind and I have heard them before on Windsor's TRS.
But yeah, it was quite the coincidence that buddy just happened to have had the video rolling when the conversation started.