Reply to post: Who's to say whether the plaintext matches the cryptoed text?

Fine, OK, no backdoors, says Deputy AG. Just keep PLAINTEXT copies of everyone's messages

ThaumaTechnician

Who's to say whether the plaintext matches the cryptoed text?

The actual nonce/encryption key used should/must be different each time some plaintext is encrypted, no?

Then how can someone disprove that stored plaintext is actually what was sent?

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