What is the most secure form of online communication?
cuetip 26 weeks ago
Emails are considered fair game by law enforcement, and after 6 months the current practice is to read/seize any that are wanted without a warrant. I think this is pretty terrible. Why do I have suddenly no right to privacy when my emails are concerned after 180 days have passed? I don’t buy the argument that if you don’t have anything to hide, you shouldn’t be worried. How can you communicate online in a secure way, without wondering if some guy who hated you back in high school is now a cop reading all of your "private" messages?
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