Instead of trying to figure out which messenger provides the best “security” features by certain technical standards, think about precisely the kind of security you need. https://www.eff.org/deeplinks/2018/03/thinking-about-what-you-need-secure-messenger
@eff True. I'd also like to be sure that the main developer team has ethical intentions. I don't want a messenger that will be sold to BigTech some when. I don't want a messenger that in anyway spies on me. I don't want a messenger that makes me I fully dependent on a central infrastructure. I don't want a messenger that locks other implementations out.
This is just another definition on security.
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