>>2936> pgp is a soykaf
you're right, and this is a significant problem. Non-techy activists shouldn't just use PGP without help simply because it's difficult -- they should use something easier but that's therefore less likely to compromise them. Tox was very close to getting this right.
But as a guaranteed method of communicated with forward secrecy, that doesn't rely on the product of a single company, that's well known and supported, what's the alternative?
> The next billion internet users do not have an email address
This is partially true, but not completely. I'd say that the overwhelming majority of college campuses require that their students use email; and email is still the most common method I've seen to register and auth yourself for online services.
> anonymous google voice account
It's not truly anonymous right? Is it possible to properly register for a google voice account over tor? Doesn't it require compromising cookies or some soykaf to auth yourself?
I'm not >l33t so I'd be interested to know.