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about 1 year ago

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Is financial privacy legal? Should HTTPS for cryptocurrency be applauded? And can we actually build an alternative to surveillance capitalism and surveillance states alike? That's what this is about.

Remember, the US government once tried to ban encryption. Then they made it mandatory. [1]: [2]:

The digitization of everything changed the defaults. It's too easy to casually invade someone's privacy. The encryption of everything will change the default back. Make surveillance hard again.

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