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[liberationtech] The missing component: Mobile to Web interoperability (in Internet Freedom Technologies)
michael at briarproject.org
Mon Sep 16 03:32:35 PDT 2013
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On 16/09/13 07:59, Brian Conley wrote:
> On Sep 15, 2013 8:19 PM, "Michael Rogers"
> <michael at briarproject.org <mailto:michael at briarproject.org>>
>> On 14/09/13 11:03, Fabio Pietrosanti (naif) wrote:
>>> The user have only those two platform, a browser and a mobile
>>> phone with downloadable apps. Everything else requiring to
>>> install an application over a desktop computer is IMHO
>>> destinated to be a total failure.
>> So Skype, AIM and BitTorrent are total failures?
> Sure, from the perspective of privacy and security, at least re
> Skype and AIM.
> If Fabio isn't talking about privacy and security I must have
> misunderstood his entire post.
Unless I misunderstood, Fabio wasn't claiming that desktop apps are a
failure from a privacy or security perspective, but that users won't
install them, therefore we must focus on browsers and mobile apps. I
gave three counter-examples of popular desktop apps. I wasn't trying
to make any claims about their privacy or security, just their popularity.
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