I'm updating a 2017 story on how to secure your phone for a protest. If anyone has any suggestions, I am all ears.
The annoying thing about information security is that it tends to imply the conclusion that knowledge leads to insanity.
#1: by reading information from the Internet you send information to the Internet. So whatever you try to know, knows you back.
#2: caching information locally to prevent #1 can cause timing attacks
#3: there is no functional programming because every read is a side effect (#1, #2)
#3: preserving your identity requires secrecy, which requires destroying your own knowledge
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