Imagine a government agency ordered Apple to include hashes of all documents they wanted to track into that kiddie porn database. Suddenly the government knows who's got that antivax meme JPG. Or tax protest DOC. Or an environmental report PDF.
And it's just hashes! Apple won't know what they're tracking, so they can't say "no".
Now tell me you honestly believe no government *ever* will take advantage of this invisible monitoring power.
I don't really like Signal. I don't like Telegram either. Wire is acceptable, but also clunky. It kinda sucks that people have to basically choose and commit to one app with all of their contacts now, if IM apps were federated like e-mail and Mastodon you could just keep talking to your friends from wherever.
Leaked Audio Shows Oil Lobbyist Bragging About Success in Criminalizing Pipeline Protests
"We've seen a lot of success at the state level, particularly starting with Oklahoma in 2017," said Derrick Morgan of American Fuel & Petrochemical Manufacturers https://ift.tt/2MscCAJ
Public trans: @TransportrApp
Youtube: #Newpipe https://twitter.com/kostasrossoglou/status/1054648002789494784
I can watch unlimited free porn on the internet all day but I have to pay $15 a month if I want to read one study paper #Showerthoughts
Remember in the 90s, when teens were more tech savvy than adults, and everyone assumed that the savviest would just keep getting younger? Now it's 2017, and the people who were teens in the 90s are the most tech savvy generation and probably will be until they die.
Kids don't grow up with computers any more, they grow up with iPhones. If it's possible to learn to code on an iPhone, it's despite Apple's best efforts.
Whenever a website has auto-play enabled on their videos, i more often than not close the page right away. https://t.co/qe5swOl9Qf
#Silence v0.15.7 is out and fixes crash when receiving malformed encrypted messages. As usual, get it now on Play Store and F-Droid!
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