I’m writing an article on the subject, but as a blind guy, I’m getting really really tired of people speaking for me. If you do accessibility or UX and really want to know what I want, or “need”, or what works best for me, then ask me.

@SteveSawczyn
I would really be interested in hearing what it's like for you to use the web over . Have you tried to?

I ask b/c -pushers like have rendered the web largely useless for Tor users. I imagine the of Tor must be virtually a non-option for a blind person.

@bojkotiMalbona On the privacy front, it's sort of a mixed bag: Signal works great, Wickr does not, Telegram only sort of works ...

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@SteveSawczyn
That's interesting, but I have to say is falsely positioned as respecting, when in fact Signal users are subjected to mass surveillance through Google Playstore & the by way of the requirement to have a mobile phone number which is then supplied to . is a bit more privacy respecting but still has issues.

@bojkotiMalbona Yeah, I have not tried #Wire, do they even have an iOS client? Threema is another relatively good option although no message expiration. At least they don't force ID via phone number.

@SteveSawczyn
Wire supports iOS, mac, windows, linux, android, and there's a browser app.

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