All backups are encrypted, of course. Mostly because copies of them are stored elsewhere.
Other than that, nothing except some USB sticks with the most sensitive data. If I did a new install from scratch today I'd probably do a full disk encryption (just click another button in the Debian installer) but I'm too lazy to change my existing systems.
"Considerable poser" - now that's Freudian...
Yes, formally the parliament can change and even reject directives, but we all know what happens in the end. Remember SWIFT?
...Apple does not allow Tor itself in the app store, which would be useful for every single TCP-using app, but it allows a single browser that's bundling Tor?
Do you suffer painful illumination? -- Isaac Newton, "Optics"