quote: Won't happen. Uber-privacy computing is a niche product. Even with Obama's domestic spying, people are apathetic.Only hard core geeks are motivated enough to want secure computing environments, and only hard core geeks have the knowledge to even ask for it.
quote: That's what hard core geeks say. I'm starting to wonder if it isn't the other way around. Hard core geeks demand privacy because they're used to being cooped up in their house/workplace alone, and in complete control over whom they have contact with.
quote: Only hard core geeks are motivated enough to want secure computing environments
quote: For an internet explorer that blocks every information gathering attempt that Google does
quote: Basically, if you are an actual terrorist, sure, you are better off communicating with Huawei routers and phones. But if you aren't a terrorist and don't want your life exploited for financial gain (business concepts, inventions/ideas, investments, etc) then the NSA really doesn't give a hoot.
quote: The Blackphone is set to hit pre-order on February 24 at MWC in Spain
quote: so.. with this phone your connection to the carrier is encrypted.. but what about the person you are talking to?they are of course not, so they can still listen in