You’re right. Even packet radio can’t contain encrypted packets.
The reason:. The citizens own the bands. Can’t block other citizens from the information.
‘Colonists’ says the supporter of China, who wants to invade and control the independent nation of Taiwan
Here is FreedomLand1.0 (United States) you are only forced to give up biometric passwords. Typed passwords are still protected.
Which… Better than nothing I guess.
Interstate travel is guaranteed in the constitution.
Well what I liked about signal was the ability to set a password for App access and an on-device encrypted database to protect any SMS messages sitting on the device from snooping if I lost my phone or having an interaction with the authorities as you can’t be forced to give up a password (as opposed to fingerprint, in the US).
I never really have any encrypted E2E messages. Just used it for on-device security reasons
No one should, but sooooo many Americans are. I don’t have a single person using Silence for E2E messages. Nor did I really have any friends using signal, either. But for myself I was looking for on device encryption and password protected app usage. I wish I had friends using either… But they all have iPhones and use iMessage.
Well what I liked about signal was the locked access and encrypted database to protect any on-device SMS messages from snooping if I lost my phone or having an interaction with the authorities as you can’t be forced to give up a password (as opposed to finger print).
So I looked for a fork of signal and found ***Silence on F-Droid. **
It has both those features. Again, I’m not using it to encrypt messages E2E… I’m looking at on device security
Good find. Bookmarking this
It’s not super efficient to do it on a small scale but it does taste quite a bit better than it does bottled/carton for a month before drinking.