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This is why we build ProtonMail. Harvesting of users data is a huge business with far reaching consequences of which we have not yet fully seen. No need to wait for regulators to try to figure this out when there are existing alternatives. “Nothing in these rules will stop edge-providers from harvesting and monetising your data, whether it’s the websites you visit or the YouTube videos you watch or the e-mails you send,” declares Ajit Pai, an FCC commissioner. 
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+Kamil Boberek Surely you'll find a sponsor if it still counts... and still support such grat initiative this way.
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ProtonMail has been nominated for a prestigious Lovie Award. Help the email encryption movement grow by voting for us and helping us win! https://protonmail.com/blog/lovie-award-protonmail-encrypted-email/
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Congrats on the award standing; finalist is not an easy place to attain. Cheering for Proton mail for the win! 
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If you like having the only key to your house, why wouldn't you want the only key to your digital house? We believe the owner should have the only key. That's why ProtonMail users maintain ownership of the only key that allows access to their account - even ProtonMail doesn't hold a copy of this key.
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Let the fight continue.
Theresa May might have some fans but her time in the Home Office will also be remembered less favourably – by the privacy campaigners and internet industry that named her “villain of the year”.
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It is no secret that businesses data security is becoming more and more critical. We are working hard to deliver a full business offering in the near future!
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Meet the ProtonMail Customer Support Team that is helping over 1 million users encrypt their emails!
We believe a technology cannot be great without excellent support. Meet the people who are supporting the ProtonMail Community. The single most important part of ProtonMail is our incredible community who has supported us from the start. This is why we are...
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Two beautiful woman, perfect :)

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In the interest of transparency to our users, we are sharing the story about how Google almost killed ProtonMail: https://protonmail.com/blog/search-risk-google/
In the past two months, many of you have reached out to us to ask about the mysterious tweets we sent to Google in August. At ProtonMail, transparency is a core value, and we try to be as transparent with our community as possible. As many people have continued to point out to us, we …
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I don't use Gmail due to privacy risks.
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Yahoo's NSA surveillance sets a dangerous precedent. Here's why it is matters, and the broader global impact.
Updated October 7, 2016 with additional clarification and analysis of Yahoo’s denial Dear ProtonMail Community, Two weeks ago, we published a security advisory regarding the mass hacking of Yahoo. Unfortunately, due to recent events, we are issuing a second advisory regarding all US email providers. What happened? This week, it was revealed that as a …
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That surveillance was totally expected, nothing new. Same applies other large US vendors.
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+Kamil Boberek I think there is good reason to use protonmail in Poland, just like in Zimbabwe, China, Iran and so on... I'm UK resident and had also to switch to VPN recently if you noticed what just happened here. Not that I don't like gov reading my letters but just show Theresa a finger or two.
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If the DNC was using ProtonMail, their emails would not have leaked. Politicians should think twice before banning end-to-end encryption.
Congress once again ignores experts’ warnings with bill that force companies to create backdoors.
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The DNC and a lot of public channels with lots of information should be more careful.

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What do you think of adding your design to the Sticker Mule marketplace (stickermule.com - There is no Cloud) +ProtonMail? I would love to put one on my netbook 😘
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Letter to Chairman Burr and Vice-Chairman Feinstein Regarding Encryption
April 19, 2016

The Honorable Richard Burr
Chairman
Select Committee on Intelligence
United States Senate
Washington, DC 20515

 The Honorable Dianne Feinstein
Vice-Chairman
Select Committee on Intelligence
United States Senate
Washington, DC 20515

Dear Chairman Burr and Vice-Chairman Feinstein:
We write to express our deep concerns about well-intentioned but ultimately unworkable policies around encryption that would weaken the very defenses we need to protect us from people who want to cause economic and physical harm.  We believe it is critical to the safety of the nation’s, and the world’s, information technology infrastructure for us all to avoid actions that will create government-mandated security vulnerabilities in our encryption systems.
As member companies whose innovations help to drive the success and growth of the digital economy, we understand the need to protect our users’ physical safety and the safety of their most private information.   To serve both these interests, we adhere to two basic principles.    First, we respond expeditiously to legal process and emergency requests for data from government agencies. Second, we design our systems and devices to include a variety of network- and device-based features, including but not limited to strong encryption.  We do these things to protect users’ digital security in the face of threats from both criminals and governments.
Any mandatory decryption requirement, such as that included in the discussion draft of the bill that you authored, will to lead to unintended consequences.  The effect of such a requirement will force companies to prioritize government access over other considerations, including digital security.  As a result, when designing products or services, technology companies could be forced to make decisions that would create opportunities for exploitation by bad actors seeking to harm our customers and whom we all want to stop. The bill would force those providing digital communication and storage to ensure that digital data can be obtained in “intelligible” form by the government, pursuant to a court order.  This mandate would mean that when a company or user has decided to use some encryption technologies, those technologies will have to be built to allow some third party to potentially have access.  This access could, in turn, be exploited by bad actors.
It is also important to remember that such a technological mandate fails to account for the global nature of today’s technology. For example, no accessibility requirement can be limited to U.S. law enforcement; once it is required by the U.S., other governments will surely follow. In addition, the U.S. has no monopoly on these security measures.  A law passed by Congress trying to restrict the use of data security measures will not prevent their use.  It will only serve to push users to non-U.S. companies, in turn undermining the global competitiveness of the technology industry in the U.S. and resulting in more and more data being stored in other countries.
We support making sure that law enforcement has the legal authorities, resources, and training it needs to solve crime, prevent terrorism, and protect the public.  However, those things must be carefully balanced to preserve our customers’ security and digital information.  We are ready and willing to engage in dialogue about how to strike that balance, but remain concerned about efforts to prioritize one type of security over all others in a way that leads to unintended, negative consequences for the safety of our networks and our customers

Signed,
 
Reform Government Surveillance
Computer & Communications Industry Association
Internet Infrastructure Coalition (I2C)
The Entertainment Software Association
April 19, 2016 The Honorable Richard Burr Chairman Select Committee on Intelligence United States Senate Washington, DC 20515 The Honorable Dianne Feinstein Vice-Chairman Select Committee on...
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Hello, may I ask why I QQ mailbox to receive e-mail, at the beginning we would not be able to receive later e-mail to Google to receive
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Mark Simon
9 months ago
ProtonMail is awesome. Just what we need a secure private way to communicate via email. I have been part of the KEPT team working to develop a way to protect individuals from Privacy invasion and identity abuse, so I see ProtonMail as a seriously needed solution to communications. I hope that we will one day be able to work together on a solution that combines KEPT Identity Management and ProtonMail to offer total digital privacy and freedom from fraud!
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Igor Bragato
7 months ago
Amazing end-to-end encrypted email service. Web & iOS app very fast, minimal and easy to use. Top feature: "Message Expriation". Strongly recommended!
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Joseph LaStella Jr.
8 months ago
having issues loging in with email service i signed in twice could not enter on the password on the second round and says i am logged in but can't access acount. I logged back out and tried again and still the same issues. Do i need to resgin back up on the service is the questions for another new email account?
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Fabián A. Juárez Martínez
6 months ago
This email client, give me more confidence to send and receive private information. The encryption mode is the best of the messages systems now!
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Stefan Nachtnebel
8 months ago
TNK U guys for your great work! cheerZH S. Nachtnebel; NSA.Zürich
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Cobalt Bernhardt
5 months ago
Hello! I accidentally paid for an annual subscription instead of monthly . How can I get my money back?
Response from the owner - 5 months ago
Hi Cobalt, please send us a support message here and we will be happy to get the refund sorted out: https://protonmail.com/support-form.