@fedops Exactly! That completely defeats the point of E2E in my opinion. It's like cloud storage services that boast about encrypted data at rest being their way of protecting user #privacy. Yes, if you get hacked that data are protected. Great but if you have the decryption keys, that doesn't help privacy all that much. It has to be zero knowledge.
@ilyess agreed. I wouldn't trust any cloud provider's unverifiable statements there anyway. Only way to be sure is to encrypt the data before it leaves your device. Which unfortunately makes e.g. partial syncs harder than they should be. And also doesn't help you with things like o365 which sync your data right out of the applications without you being able to do anything to prevent it.
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