This was an interesting essay arguing that email is so inherently insecure, we should abandon the pretense that it can ever be made reliably private.
I’ve always loved the metaphor of email as a postcard. But any message, on any platform, is only as secure as the people who have access to it. If I have private documents in a safe, but let someone steal the key from me, the strength of the safe becomes moot.
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