Jitsi is getting a lot of mentions here.
I wonder if people are aware of GNU Jami, a P2P solution.
Jami has end-to-end encryption while Jitsi is only encrypted during transit. The Jitsi server has your packets available in unencrypted form. If you can't trust a Jitsi server and need end-to-end encryption, Jami can be a good alternative.
No it isn't. There are only few trusted VPNs. Those are not them. https://airvpn.org/ is best. No LOGS. They dont use cheap virtual servers like others but high quality physical ones. Don't offer false protection by offering compromised protocols as it uses openvpn only, and they don't rip people of on high prices like others, and one of the few who accept crypto directly even Monero and been here for 10 years. They have trial too ask support. Mullvad as is also great but more expensive.
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