Tag: open-source

The logo of the open source Signal mobile messaging service. The app’s end-to-end encryption does not allow the company to see users’ messages, which is at the root of why China blocks Signal. Forcing alternatives out with the Great Firewall internet censorship system corners users into using Tencent’s WeChat, which is heavily surveilled by artificial intelligence
China Blocks Signal, Illustrating the Communist Regime’s Use of WeChat Surveillance
As China blocks Signal, an open-source encrypted messaging program, from the mainland, eyes are once again on the Chinese Communist Party’s (CCP) use of WeChat as a tool of surveillance, data collection, and monitoring against...