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Pim de Greef 21 Sep 16
Replying to @Snowden
And if you can: meet in public without any digital device.
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Jake Boncutiu 21 Sep 16
Replying to @Snowden
is Whatsapp just as compromised? What about iMessage?
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Семён Кременюк 21 Sep 16
Replying to @Snowden
Telegram? Viber?
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Andrea Grandi 21 Sep 16
Replying to @Snowden
I wish Signal had a desktop version (like Semaphor, Telegram etc...)
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Marcus Richter 21 Sep 16
Replying to @Snowden
I always wonder why Signal is the only service you recommend: It isn’t usable without giving access to your contacts.
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Casper Hulshof 21 Sep 16
Replying to @Snowden
A better question to ask is, maybe, how do we persuade our friends to move over?
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Martin van Vuuren 21 Sep 16
Replying to @Snowden
Or Threema.
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Lilith 21 Sep 16
Replying to @pdgreef @Snowden
Yes, trust nothing
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Sagar Pathak 21 Sep 16
Can the Russians spy into Tor & Signal?
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за сингулярность 21 Sep 16
Replying to @Snowden
what about Telegram?
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Mercè Molist 21 Sep 16
my friends dont use signal. So, to whom I communicate?
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ᗰᗩTT ᗪYᔕOᑎ - 🐦 21 Sep 16
This is less for me and more for family where it's difficult to get them to use different apps.
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Jacob 21 Sep 16
Replying to @Snowden
Is Whatsapp to be trusted?
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groel 21 Sep 16
Replying to @Snowden
what about telegram?
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ᗰᗩTT ᗪYᔕOᑎ - 🐦 21 Sep 16
Replying to @h0uz3 @Snowden
Not always an option in reality.
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Heidy Vaquerano 21 Sep 16
what about for email?
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Edward Snowden 21 Sep 16
Replying to @Snowden
In seriousness, this is a complex question for which there is no one right answer. But relative to , Signal is safer for normal users.
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Jason Sandeman 21 Sep 16
tor for messages? What about android?
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