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private communication

Doug · 1 · 3018


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In real life, as in not the internet, private communication takes work. You gotta duck out the back, have a look out, be all wispery and stuff. Oh, and hope all those people you trusted aren't gonna double cross you.

Is there such a thing as private communication? I mean, once it leaves your mouth, it's out there.

Isn't someone always gonna have the ability to monitor my private conversation, if I use a just button, to run a text app, on a machine I don't know how to use?

I am no tech wiz, which is kind of my point. If I am gonna use a phone and I don't know how it works. Then run an app that I don't know how it works, but I press my private just button, why should I have any rational feeling of privacy?

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