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#11 2020-02-11 21:18:39

bici
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phiw13 wrote #321612:

Another alternative that has been recommended to me, especially on the privacy and security front: tutanota. Germany based, with their quite reasonable privacy legislation. But Germany also means five eyes associated. (and no I do not believe Protonmail is all that spy proof)

Well live and learn. Tutanota looks very interesting. And it has a free plan!
If it is soam proof that is good enough for me. √ .


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#12 2020-02-13 15:27:43

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I’ve had a tutanota account since they launched. It was very rocky for them for a while, and product was buggy for a long time. But they are still at it. I rarely use it, but it is available as a non-biz backup account when needed.

I doubt any email account is spy-free, but some are better than others.

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#13 2020-02-13 17:01:20

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Destry wrote #321641:

I doubt any email account is spy-free, but some are better than others.

If you have time, curiosity and patience, the do-it-yourself approach is worth investigating: www.c0ffee.net/blog/mail-server-guide/

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#14 2020-02-13 22:56:23

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I read that intriguing intro too but it’s high on spin and low on content and the only thing keeping my attention is their previous track record.

I always wonder how open these systems are to others. A system can set up a lot of internal routines and methods for those who send and receive only from that service, but most of us mail with the rest of the world and it’s way harder to keep your emails away from prying eyes when they pass through numerous other nodes that don’t apply the same level of security or standards. Is there such a magic bullet out there?


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#15 2020-07-18 17:21:22

Destry
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DHHOn Apple’s monopoly power to destroy HEY

It is simply not possible to even get the chance to take on the likes of Google, Microsoft, and Verizon with a new email service without begging Apple for permission to do so.

In other news, Apple just won the EU case against them, trying to make them pay the billions in unpaid taxes due to their Irish tax haven affiliation.

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#16 2020-07-18 17:31:24

colak
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Destry wrote #324690:

DHHOn Apple’s monopoly power to destroy HEY

In other news, Apple just won the EU case against them, trying to make them pay the billions in unpaid taxes due to their Irish tax haven affiliation.

The problem is that nothing much surprises us any more:(


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