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17-May-2019 02:21

To my knowledge there has never been a hack of Google's data or any leak connecting any user's identity to PII. Google might not have, unless you, or all your contacts, used the AIM/Google talk integration that existed for a bit, in which case they had it.

And that would be the case regardless of whether or not the software is free/libre---it's being sent across a network to a destination you do not control. Depending on the software that you use, your (generally, not you specifically) address book on your phone might be available to numerous remote services, and that is directly parsable by third parties, and directly tied to you and your contacts. mynewtb's threat model is different than yours.

A part of me can't wait to see the President whose entire life can be cherry-picked from various servers and datacenters. I'm not sure if there has been confirmation anywhere but it would be foolish to assume nobody is storing the messages you send on a closed platform.