Close-border data protection is very difficult in a globally connected world where only a handful of companies have infrastructure, so I think it’s a very difficult problem given the last 10 years we moved from a world where most organizations ran their own infrastructure to a world where a handful of companies run all the infrastructure. And the norms around how people expect technology to work have been established by those organizations. Either we meet those norms and it works, or we don’t, and then five cryptographers in Berlin might use us but no one else can.

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