Orders from the Top: The ’s Timetable for Dismantling -to-End

The last few months have seen a steady stream of proposals, encouraged by the advocacy of the and Department of Justice, to provide “lawful access” to end-to-end encrypted services in the .

@stux This is absolutely crazy. They apparently take people for idiots if they are saying this with straight faces.

Client-side scanning? Really? Implanting centrally controlled spyware?

"To protect children"? *facepalm*
@stux There is something good about this though. If this is attempted then a lot of people will just flock from centralized commercial systems (who will be forced to obey laws) to decentralized implementations which are impossible to control.

@stux after e2ee is removed, will they convict people for viewing sensitive transmissions in the open?

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