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@norm It's mostly the social atmosphere that scares me - those places can be very toxic and downright unpleasant to be in :02lurk:

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Why are tech-focused group chats so scary... :awoo_peak:

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Private ✓
No phone number required ✓
Decentralised ✓
Onion-routed ✓

You'd be surprised how many people don't know that there's a messenger that ticks all these boxes.

But there is.

And we are it.

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Session has been experiencing around 3-5% weekly growth for most of this year.

100,000 users was a huge milestone.

Now we've got our sights set on 1,000,000.

That's a whole lot of people refusing to compromise on their digital privacy.

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Anonymity does not promote anti-social behaviour.

But online anonymity can be necessary for protecting your right to privacy.

That's why Session doesn't doesn't require a phone number for sign-up, and onion-routes your messages.

Send messages, not metadata.

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RT @losowsky@twitter.com

“[T]here does not appear to be a relationship with anonymity and incivility, as uncivil tweets were just as likely to originate from tweets that identified users’ names as they were to originate from anonymous or pseudonymous accounts"

journals.sagepub.com/doi/full/

🐦🔗: twitter.com/losowsky/status/14

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Your face when you send a pic to your bestie on knowing that Mark Zuckerberg is watching.

RT @WhatsApp@twitter.com

Your face when your bestie sends you a View Once.

🐦🔗: twitter.com/WhatsApp/status/14

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”Arguing that you don’t care about the right to privacy because you have nothing to hide is no different than saying you don’t care about free speech because you have nothing to say.” – @Snowden@twitter.com

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"When you're so engrossed in selling Linux to your Windows friends that you score an own goal by mistake."

submitted by Dr_Backpropagation

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Oh and if I charge my phone and the battery goes up to 31% it will reload the page again :blobcatglare:

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> On Firefox mobile
> Reading a long article
> Battery level drops to 30%
> Firefox reloads the site (so that it can apply the d a r k t h e m e CSS)
> It loses all scrolling information

:blobcatglare:

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"There is no such thing as a backdoor for only the good guys. Even if there was, the Pegasus scandal is a reminder that not all governments are 'good' and that 'good governments' can act badly."

politico.eu/article/we-need-mo

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Law enforcement and intelligence agencies don't want to break end-to-end encryption — it's vital to have secure comms and they know this.

They just to break it for us.

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Law enforcement and intelligence agencies don't want to break end-to-end encryption — it's vital to have secure comms and they know this.

They just want to break it for us.

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