Over the past few years there have been multiple efforts by governments to spy on users of digital communications and to force technology companies to provide access to the electronic communications of suspected criminals. While some messaging systems now offer end-to-end encryption that prevents the providers of such services from decrypting messages, metadata – including who communicated with whom and when and where – is still available to governments.
So, is there a way to truly hide communications?
One way is to literally hide information in plain sight…
(To learn more, please see my article in Inc., How To Send Messages That Even The NSA, CIA, and FBI Cannot Read