Terror suspects hone anti-detection skills

Wednesday, 30 January 2008, 3:22 PM EST

In an age of spy satellites, security cameras and an Internet that stores every keystroke, terrorism suspects are using simple, low-tech tricks to cloak their communications, making life difficult for authorities who had hoped technology would give them the upper hand.

At the Washington Post.

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