Matthew Green

Using encryption badly seems to be kind of an anti-sweet-spot for companies: if you use plaintext you don’t wind up being asked to redesign your systems. Use strong e2e encryption, you have a chance to prevail in court. Use crap encryption, you go to court and lose.

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This is a story that keeps happening over and over again. Call it the Hushmail principle.…

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It also bugs me that providers do this, because I strongly suspect it will be used to establish legal precedents that in turn get escalated to attack proper e2e encryption.

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