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How Chinese surveillance methods are going global.
China is the leading nation when it comes to creating the perfect surveillance state. It does not only set an example to what is technically possible, it also exports its surveillance technology - and that at a growing rate, leading to digital authoritarianism.
Why we need quantum-resistant cryptography now.
The Internet as we know it depends on encryption: confidential communication, financial transactions, critical infrastructure - all of these are at risk if encryption can be broken. Today all sorts of players heavily invest in developing quantum computers - for manifold reasons. These computers promise to bring great advantages to information technology, particularly in combination with AI. But quantum computers can also be turned into unprecedented surveillance machines: The race is on between quantum computers and quantum-resistant cryptography!
Can Gmail Ads Get Even More Annoying?
Gmail is putting ads in the middle of user’s inboxes. Of course, we all know that Google is making its money with advertisement and that’s why Gmail is free. But is it worth being bombarded with ads in your personal inbox? Why bend over backwards to escape Gmail Ads when you can migrate to Tutanota?
The Snowden Leaks May Have Bought Us Years in Our Fight for Privacy.
Edward Snowden revealed one of the worst surveillance scandals in US history: He published how the NSA monitored its own citizens - a clear violation of the US constitution. Public backlash after this revelation might have bought us years in our fight for privacy. However, today governments around the world are again pushing for more surveillance. This must be stopped!
Gandi.net Removes Free Email Service & Raises Prices
Domain hoster Gandi.net just informed its customers via email that they are removing the currently included free email service for all customers. People who paid for years in advance will be able to keep their domains, but free email service will be removed - even if they already paid. In case you are looking for a new email service, Tutanota currently has an unbeatable offer!
Open Source Needs Our Help: Stand up for Open Source Software Patent Defense!
The latest proposal from the USPTO in the USA will make it more difficult for everyone working on open source projects to fight bad patents. We must stop this now by providing a high volume of comments in opposition. Submit your comments now and stand up for the important mechanism to remove bad patents from the system so that patent trolls abusing these can be stopped!
Is Gmail killing independent email?
You've probably seen it on Reddit or Hacker News: People complaining that their self-hosted emails always end up in the spam folder of Gmail - even if they set up everything correctly. The question being asked: Is Gmail killing independent email?
DMA: Security Implications of New EU Anti-Trust Laws
The ongoing power struggle between the EU and Big Tech companies highlights the pressing need for a balanced and nuanced approach to regulatory policies that consider the interests of all parties involved, not in the least consumers. The Digital Markets Act (DMA) aims at achieving this balance, but will it succeed?
The Hypocrisy of Twitter Going Open Source?
Twitter uses a complex code that - in parts - has now gone open source. Elon Musk expects that providing code transparency will lead to rapid improvement in recommendation quality and help earn user trust. Will Musk's plan work?
Anonymous email: Create an email address without a phone number.
Tutanota is the best free anonymous email provider you can get as it lets you create an email address without a phone number! Plus, there's no IP logging, no tracking, and all data is end-to-end encrypted. Tutanota is built by a team of privacy-enthusiastic engineers committed to protecting your right to privacy. We aim to develop the most secure mailbox by focusing on automatic encryption and privacy-by-design.