This is why Session is decentralised, and runs on a community-controlled network.
We can't give away data that we don't have.
If you build a surveillance machine, governments and law enforcement will demand the data. https://twitter.com/_dschwarz/status/1428453965423955970
@session How resilient are individual Session server hosts against LEO, APT, or other (criminal gang, blackmail gang, etc.) attacks, bribery, infiltration, or recruitment?
What ability is there to target compromised application payloads to/at specific users or correspondents?
Decentralisation changes the threat model. It does not erase all threats.
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