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I don't know about freeoffice thing, if you think this is a bug in libreoffice then file a bug report.
I would also suggest not using a format that forces others to use proprietary programs in order to read it.
@koyu @nifker @Nekojiru The secret chat thing on telegram is e2e encrypted and the keys never leave the device. They are not generated on the server, their apps are free software so this can be verified.
I think what you're explaining is for normal chats which is okay for some chats because it allows to use it on multiple devices, unlike secret chats which is e2ee.
Privacy isn't about hiding bad things.
It’s about protecting what defines us as human beings, who we are: our day-to-day behavior, our personality, our fears, our relationships, and our vulnerabilities.
@monsono yes, not even you can read it again. eff made a nice guide on this: https://ssd.eff.org/en/module/deep-dive-end-end-encryption-how-do-public-key-encryption-systems-work