Loose Lips Sink Ships
One of the old war sayings. The idea was that you had to be careful who you talked to, since spies could be anywhere, or at least that was what was believed at the time. The Japanese-Americans were especially vulnerable to the charge even though the spying that was done was done almost exclusively through the Japanese consul offices.
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