Everyone is casually talking about the finest security settings, devices they use, and which websites, applications, and add-ons are ideal for privacy.
In the meantime, the leading Western nations are working to dismantle the two cornerstones of digital privacy: having access to strong encryption and being able to trust one's hardware. The EARN IT Act in the US, Chat Control in the EU, and the Online Safety Bill in the UK are all awful and must be stopped.
The privacy-conscious should be talking about this constantly on the Web, utilizing every chance to spread awareness, and planning what to do in the event that backdoors are actually made mandatory. Privacy Tools itself should have put a huge banner on its webpage outlining the danger and instructing visitors on how to get in touch with their representatives.
But there is a deafening quiet; what the hell is going on?