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Not all end-to-end encrypted messaging is completely private.

One good way to ensure that you can trust your end-to-end encryption is to use an open protocol that allows you to use whatever client you want, which means that the system isn't controlled by just one entity.

Anyone who uses OpenPGP keyservers, take note.
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A video demonstration of the upcoming cross-signing feature of Matrix

New blog post about emoji-based key verification (a.k.a. SAS verification) in Matrix.