Conservative MPs are reportedly plotting the end of Theresa May's premiership via the very communication method she has campaigned against for so long - encrypted WhatsApp messages.
It's almost as beautiful as calling a snap election, after repeatedly promising you wouldn't, to "strengthen your mandate," only to end up with a minority government forced into discussions with the DUP.
Some people say it is not for government to regulate when it comes to technology and the internet. We disagree.
The Tories demand that social media companies - like WhatsApp, for example - remove privacy features in order to 'better combat terrorism', as opposed to not cutting police numbers.
The Investigatory Powers act, commonly known as the 'Snooper's Charter', came into law in December granting security services some of the widest-ranging spying powers in the world and permitting authorities to read browsing records.