George Maschke: I'm a national security whistleblower and co-founder of AntiPolygraph.org, a site dedicated to polygraph policy issues.
I'm evaluating surespot with a view to recommending it to our site's readers as a way of communicating privately.
Thus, I'd be grateful if you could address the following questions, which I didn't find covered in your FAQ:
1 - Have you ever received a National Security Letter?
2 - Have you ever received a court order for information?
3 - Have you ever received any other request to cooperate with a government agency?
Also, it would help to enhance user privacy if surespot could be used through Tor. This would require a user preference to connect via localhost on port 8118. The Twitter app for Android has his ability. Might you add it to surespot?
George Maschke: +Cherie Berdovich replied to my inquiry via e-mail and asked if I'd post her reply. Here it is:
Hi George, Sorry for the delay been traveling and handling only critical cases.
Answer to all 3 questions is no. Since we don't have your encryption key there is nothing really to give. Designed this way!
Tor compatibility is a pending request and conversation on our GitHub repo under android. As always, time and money are all that stand in the way of implementation.
Thanks for evaluation, I would like to know what you think and if you would like to ask more questions an email to Adam is best for the next 6 days since I am traveling.
dasfsdf gnbvnulk: I'm glad about work still going on, is there any new info on PC client that was mentioned before? Also surprised how surespot is not popular enough compared to other competitors, while it outweighs them almost in every category