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US & others quietly force technology firms to give backdoor access to data of their users, creating a nice way in for hackers from other countries as well as criminals & terrorists.

Use & software if you need to your data
nytimes.com/2018/09/04/us/poli

@nextcloud Nope, the solution is certainly not "open source" and other megacirp-friendly marketing bullshit…
gnu.org/philosophy/open-source

@nextcloud

You're getting big enough now that you're going to have to start being very careful. Various 3 letter organizations are no doubt going to be "contributing" pull requests with useful features tainted with security exploits for them to backdoor your users.

The kind of people and data using NextCloud is exactly what they're after.

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