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- Signal, the encrypted messaging app, has seen a surge of new users spurred by a growing appetite for online privacy, with endorsements from Elon Musk, Jack Dorsey, and Edward Snowden.
- Signal is an unusual tech success story: It’s a nonprofit without any plans to raise venture capital or cash-in on its success. Its encryption protocol is open-source and free to use.
- Signal CEO Moxie Marlinspike told Insider about the company’s plans going forward, including potential new product offerings, in a wide-ranging interview for Insider’s 2020 Transformers series in August, with details from the full conversation not being published until now.
- “I actually think that what we’re doing is extremely normal, and it’s everything else that is absolutely insane,” Marlinspike said of Signal’s commitment to privacy.
Signal is undeniably having a moment.
Word abonnee van Business Insider