The Internet (WWW) has been around for about 30+ years and I'm still amazed that many people still do not know what a Browser or URL is.
However, they have no problems getting in touch with Meta (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Google, Youtube etc. and still do not see the consequences and are fine with being tapped for privacy on these platforms.

Signal
Well.... Haven't they not just done some spam software part of their original open source code which is proprietary? Then it can probably not be called "Fully open-source" anymore. 🤔
cnet.com/tech/services-and-sof

"Apple filed a lawsuit in California against Israeli spyware company NSO Group for allegedly facilitating surveillance of Apple users"

"Privacy is Apple’s brand"

I do not agree with that. Did they not just try to introduce 'side scanning', of pictures and messages? They did.
Fuck they forget quickly!

accessnow.org/apple-nso-sue/

I'm not sure I see it as a privacy feature or a privacy concern, but okay, maybe it's just me who does not really trust Apple anymore.

Dear Apple,
I don't think you have read our critique of you correctly. We asked you to stop messing with our privacy and instead you now telling us, that you have listened, and therefore postponed your invasion of our privacy.
Do you even think, that it should make a difference, in what we think about you? I hardly think so.

Denne dokumentar beskriver rigtig godt at Big-Tech er ret så ødelæggende for os alle.
Der må være mange der ikke har set den, ellers havde de nok en anden holdning til mainstream sociale medier, eller også er de bare ligeglade.

This documentary describes very well that Big-Tech is pretty devastating for all of us.
There must be many who have not seen it, otherwise they probably had a different attitude to mainstream social media, or else they just do not care.

netflix.com/dk-en/title/812542

Overvågning er ikke meningen med et frit liv!
Skriv under, så du er med til at gøre en forskel!

Surveillance is not the meaning of a free life!
Sign so you can make a difference!

reclaimyourface.eu/da/

I'm having a hard time seeing how users should be able to trust Apple again, even if they cancel CSAM.
Already now they have violated our faith in them.
Just because they still want to be transparent about what they have planned does not make them a better company.

"Apple believes its on-device implementation of CSAM detection is far better than the server-side implementations used by other companies."

-and that makes it okay. Yeah right Apple.

9to5mac.com/2021/08/17/german-

So when Apple announces from the start that it intends to make a backdoor in its operating systems, then is it ok to make such a move, and compatible with what they have so far maintained as being one of their core values, regarding privacy?
apple.com/privacy/

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