Long drawn out phone conversations that last for hours on end, during which we bare our souls, are a thing of the past.
And even then probably only happened with your middle school significant other.
She must give the public a good idea of the risks she wants to place them under.” The Independent's bitcoin group on Facebook is the best place to follow the latest discussions and developments in cryptocurrency."Some people want privacy from corporations, abusive partners or employers.Others may be worried about confidential information, or be working in countries with a record of human rights abuses.The government supports the use of strong encryption and does not want to ban end-to-end encryption, Ms Rudd says.
But it wants a way into reading specific conversations, a plan that most experts have said is completely unworkable.
"I know some will argue that it's impossible to have both – that if a system is end-to-end encrypted then it's impossible ever to access the communication," she wrote in a piece for . But the reality is very different." She went on to write that people didn't really want encrypted messaging apps anyway, and that they would prefer to use software with more features.