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Creator of the e-mail encryption software PGP, Phil Zimmermann, has told The Guardian that users of consumer e-mail services should be aware of the threat of exposing their metadata. Zimmermann says his opinions on privacy have changed drastically in the more than 20 years since he invented PGP, noting “more recently … everyone has become aware that metadata is becoming increasingly important—that the message headers mean a lot.” These risks prompted him to develop a new feature for his Silent Phone app that encrypts conversations earlier in the call process, but the report states, in spite of PGP flaws “becoming clearer with time,” he maintains that PGP is holding up just fine.
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