There’s a big difference between metadata and the actual content of messages and calls. At least read the links you post.
I’ve cited the Kenyan Constitution and the relevant law. Do you need to be spoon fed?
SMH. Talking out your backside yet again.
That’s not how switched networks work.
Let me give you an example. A message sent from Mandera to Homa Bay would likely never reach a central point in the network (let’s say Nairobi or Mombasa). If it then has to be forwarded to your imaginary servers then that adds an unacceptable overhead to the entire network.
Your concept is foolish plain and simple.
From a technical point of view yes. Good luck making a business case for redundant data storage, high end network equipment and servers with the processing power to decrypt content and run the database.
This is by far the dumbest comment I’ve seen posted on this forum. And that is compared to the clown that dual boots two versions of Windows.