Here's a trend in technology that will provide Global Guerrillas with a nearly zero cost global communications system with military level encryption. Secure (encrypted) P2P (desktop to desktop communication) is on the rise due to the legal onslaught of the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) on open file sharing networks. New software of this type is in development almost everywhere you look. An example is Kdrive from the creators of eDonkey (an open P2P network that has over 2 m active users at any one time). It includes file sharing and chat (although voice is possible later on). Here's the download of the beta Windows version with a GUI. It uses a two layer distributed security managment system. One layer is generated the group manager (admin) and the second is built by the two desktops that want to connect. The result is a system is secure for person to person communication. The distributed management system means that if the central company is shut down by legal pressure, the network will continue to operate via any admin that runs the software. The plethora of software providers in this space, as well as the ease of installation, will make it possible for GG's to stay ahead of slow moving government law enforcement.