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If you'd need help with arguments as for that rethoric, let me know!
git-gud1549228d"nothing to hide" is a dangerous argument.
as some guy whose name i forgot once said - that is all well and good, until someone with bad intentions takes over those institutions you decided to give your data to.
imagine a new wave of cybercriminality, and as response new laws that allow the government to draw data from facebook without limit. or lax privacy laws, when suddenly an extremist party rises to power.
suddenly you have quite a lot to hide, don't you?
drumgimp69228dThe Nazis said to the Jews they should sign the register unless they had something to hide.
Privacy is important and should be fought for.
git-gud1549228d@ohemelaar i believe that, at least in this case, those are two sides of the same coin. you can only care for something if you fear it's loss, and you can only fear something's loss if you care for it.
i'm not sure what influence that has on how you'd approach that argument. i can't think of a way of examplifying just how precious privacy is without showing what happens when you loose it.
samsepiol1766228dWhat's wrong with whatsapp? Doesn't it have end to end encryption?
@samsepiol WhatsApp encrypts the following:
- message content (including attachments).
WhatsApp doesn't encrypt:
Based on that data you often don't even need the content 😬
@RiderExMachina I had both positive and negative feedback about that, the positive over ruled big time so decided to stay with it :)
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