Encryption (checking the token contents against the signature) works to ensure that everything in your JWT token is valid and hasn't been altered. So it's public, but you can trust it.
That’s not encryption, that’s just signing. The data in a JWT is base64-url encoded, but otherwise easily readable.
There is a standard for JWT encryption, but that’s a whole extra level of pain.
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