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Geneva, Switzerland
Joined October 2013
Say hello to the new & improved ProtonMail! Your inbox is now more modern, easier to use and can be personalized to your taste. It also includes easy access to @ProtonCalendar. Check it out on web at mail.protonmail.com and let us know what you think! piped.kavin.rocks/wNe_CyShaYY
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Save time while protecting your data with the new ProtonMail: - Use the app selector to switch between your emails, schedules and files - Switch between accounts easily - Stay logged in to your account even after closing your browser tab Discover today. piped.kavin.rocks/watch?v=G9je-Eu9…
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When you scan a QR code, you may be sharing personal data that can be used to serve ads. Companies must stop trying to make us choose between privacy and convenience. We can have both. nytimes.com/2021/07/26/techn…
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Main takeaways from my interview with @ProtonMail CEO Andy Yen: ▶️No #backdoor only lets the good guys in ▶️Encryption made mass #surveillance impossible ▶️The battlefield moved from comms to devices ▶️#Data collection practices cause major vulnerabilities euractiv.com/section/cyberse…
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Happy #SwissNationalDay! The right to privacy is guaranteed in the Swiss Federal Constitution. As a Swiss company, all Proton users benefit from the full protection of Swiss privacy laws. Learn more here: protonmail.com/blog/switzerl… #1August
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Protecting your privacy with ProtonMail is easy — if grandma can do it, so can you.
I just talked about @ProtonMail to my grand-mother and she said she'll set up an account 😁
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The truth is that “anonymized” data can be linked to your real identity. Do you know what data your favorite apps are collecting?
"Anonymized" cell phone data outs top Catholic official as a Grindr user who visits gay bars, triggering his resignation. This is data advertisers collect off mobile devices and insist with a straight face contains no personally identifiable information. washingtonpost.com/religion/…
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Everything privacy with @CarissaVeliz: - Why you should care about privacy - How the data economy is threatening democracy - Actionable steps you can take to protect your privacy - What an internet that respects privacy might look like Read the interview: protonmail.com/blog/carissa-…
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Our CMO Varun Kabra speaks to @PRWeekUS: “We encrypt everything, which means even we can’t scan, collect or monetize user data. With our products, privacy is the default.” prweek.com/article/1723214/t…
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Did you know that you can personalize the look & feel of your @ProtonMail inbox? Choose between 6 different fresh and sleek themes, and adapt the inbox layout to your liking. Make your inbox yours: piped.kavin.rocks/HM26k-bu88k
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Privacy is not free. Here's why paying for online services is still better than paying with your personal data. The future of the Internet depends on it. protonmail.com/blog/ad-free-…
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Attending a peaceful protest can contribute to positive changes for society, but it can also put you at risk of doxxing or other privacy violations. Read our tips for protecting your privacy at protests: protonmail.com/blog/how-to-p…
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On many sites, invasive techniques are used to capture data about you (which is then sold by Google & Facebook to advertisers). Not at ProtonMail: "We deliberately set up our company so it is not an option for us to sell out our users." onezero.medium.com/the-high-…
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The nomination of Jonathan Kanter to be the top U.S. Justice Department antitrust official shows Biden is serious about challenging Big Tech. Whether this will lead to real change however, is still to be seen. theverge.com/2021/7/20/22585…
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There are six bills with bipartisan support currently working their way through the US Congress that could rein in the power of Big Tech and create a more free and open internet. Here's a breakdown of each bill and what it could mean for you: protonmail.com/blog/big-tech…
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Why are tech giants rigging the rules and trampling on privacy? Surprise! They’ve bought the politicians who regulate them. Here’s the good news: They haven’t bought all of them. We applaud @RepCicilline for his principled leadership.
A bitter personal argument erupted among the House Dem caucus when Democrats working with the GOP to rein in Silicon Valley rightly accused @RepZoeLofgren (D-SV) of opposing reform because of how much tech cash she gets. Good report from @ryangrim: theintercept.com/2021/07/14/…
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The next time a government says, "We need to break end-to-end encryption to catch the bad guys," remember who was among the targets of NSO spyware - political opponents, journalists, and activists. Surveillance tools like these will always be abused. theguardian.com/world/2021/j…
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