“Technical as encryption can be, it is really about something at the very core of how we live our lives today: Should people be able to have a private conversation when they are not together in person? I believe the answer must be yes. People speak to each other privately in person all the time.
As human beings, we’re wired to assume that when we’re talking to someone face to face, our conversation is private. We shouldn’t give that up. The lessons of the past five years make it absolutely clear that technology companies and governments must prioritize private and secure communication.” –– Article excerpt from Wired by Will Cathcart