May 11, 2024, 9:25 p.m. | /u/Fuzzy-Hurry-6908

Privacy & Freedom in the Information Age

I'm not talking about a service with a
"privacy policy," 100% of those are worthless. Suppose your situation requires *bulletproof privacy*. For example you're a lawyer, or a psychotherapist. Bulletproof privacy means Google, Microsoft et al. doesn't scan your data. It means data will be provided to law enforcement only with a subpoena, search warrant, or court order, not a mere "request." It means you would be able to sue for damages, in a court of law, in the event …

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