Companies talk a big game about transparency but rarely walk the walk. Why? Because transparency is hard, and companies have historically shied away from "hard things."
But we like challenges. So: we will always be ruthlessly candid, even when it requires us to admit mistakes.
When we first started on the app, we were two people working out of a living room. Neither person was a security expert. When Roe v. Wade was overturned in 2022, we realized that we urgently needed to create an encryption method that would protect users. It took us a minute to figure it out, and our first effort wasn't sufficient. (See above re: not being experts.)