when it comes to Direct Messages, the standard should be, if someone puts a gun to our heads, we still can’t access your messages. We’re not quite there yet, but we’re working on it. Until then, here is the Encrypted Direct Message
@gr36 Ah, my mistake. On a second read of The Verge article, I see that they only say “encrypted messages” as well. I suppose encrypted is better than not, but I wonder how many others will use it thinking it’s E2E since that’s all the buzz these days. Should they have waited until they could fully deliver?