Interesting concept... However, since HAARP operates at litterally gigawatts of output, I seriously doubt that you could put a dent in trasmissions,
even if you got every ESP sensitive on the planet to try it at the same time.
"While the goal of "jamming up" Echelon is a lofty and likely unattainable one, is it not better to signal displeasure at being monitored than
passively allow it to happen? We believe so. Privacy should not be something that's considered only after it's been breached. This website was
created with a dual purpose. The first is obviously to inform people about Echelon's existence and what things they can do (in theory) to "jam it
up", either by sending widely-known "trigger words" or (better yet) not allowing themselves to be subjected to random, anonymous eavesdropping by
foreign powers. The secondary purpose of the site is to provide links to information and software that does just that - allows people to secure their
email, networks, and operating systems with good practice and cryptographic software of such strength that easy decryption in a reasonable timeframe
is not possible for any eavesdropper."
(Source : www.cipherwar.com... )
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