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Telegram still requires a

Telegram still requires a phone number. You can get a phony one on some "burner" sites, but might take a while to work.

Telegram's still a centralized company, with a founder who's likely connected to spooky interests like mafias, terrorist groups, etc. Probably better than Fedbook and even Signal security-wise, tho.

I wouldn't share the mindless enthusiasm of that other commenter, as it's never been audited by a tier and logs your personal data.

The problem with supposedly private encrypted networks run by centralized private servers is kinda obvious; the company can do whatever the fuck they want with your metadata, which means selling it to governments who might be after you. This didn't work with the current regimes in Russia and Bielorussia for the obvious reasons that the founder is a Russian exile at odds with Pooty Poot, but who knows about their deals with any other regime...

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