Oh, while we’re at it with these fucking scandals, iMessage leaks metadata like crazy, and unless you disable iCloud Drive (not talking about backup here) a copy of your phone call logs from all apps using CallKit gets synced across your devices.
This is why @signalapp and others give you the option to disable sharing calls with iOS Image
here’s the source doc @dhh:

macworld.com/article/314240…
If you think about it, this is essentially a backdoor to accomplish the same goal the NSA already had. They wanted our metadata, if not to listen to our calls. Well, they got it.

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14 Jan
Hey so since @dhh has just reminded me of all the ways Apple deceives us into thinking their products are secure, I’d just like to compile my thoughts on all the ways backdoors currently exist within iOS:
Apple saves your call logs to the cloud unless you turn off iCloud Drive (not iCloud backups):
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