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Release Notes 2.14.0: Storage Capacity Check
A couple of months ago we introduced the option to buy additional storage when you need more than the 1 GB that every account gets for free. While we trusted people would be honest and upgrade voluntarily, we had to learn otherwise. With this update we enforce the storage capacity limit for every mailbox.
Privacy Win: Once More EU Court Rejects Data Retention
The highest court in Europe ruled this week that "general and indiscriminate" data retention directives are against European Union law. This is a great victory for our right to privacy. It calls into question many recent surveillance laws passed by European Union member states such as the United Kingdom, Sweden and Germany.
Release Notes 2.13.4: Spam Improvement and Changes in Support
With this update we have significantly improved spam handling by adding DKIM and DMARC to Tutanota. In addition we are changing our support system. Up to now we have answered all support requests. However, with well over one million users, we need to put more time into development than answering innumberable emails every day.
Release Notes 2.13.1: Bug fixes and more browser support
Today's release again contains a couple of bug fixes as well as the possibility to login from not officially supported browsers.
Happy Birthday Tutanota: We Are Celebrating 5 Years of Secure Mail!
Five years ago we have started our journey to create the most secure email service. Today we see that a growing number of people around the world are turning to encrypted email because they understand the value of their data. This gives us reason to celebrate because only with strong end-to-end encryption we can protect our right to privacy!
Release Notes 2.12.6: Bug fixes
Today's release contains a couple of bug fixes.
Distrust in Companies Rises as Data Breaches Become Public More Often
Every second person already distrusts companies in using their personal data correctly. Interviews done by Boston Consulting in Europe and in the USA show that this figure could grow immensely as more and more data breaches become public.
Politicians Reacted Shocked When Being Monitored, Called for Laws Against Surveillance.
In Germany journalists uncovered that the browser add-on Web of Trust (WOT) saves users' surf history to sell this data. While the company claims that the data being sold is anonymized, the journalists were able to identify several users, among those journalists, judges, policemen and politicians of the German government.
Hidden features of your secure mailbox Tutanota.
Automatic encryption is one thing that is at the heart of Tutanota, but your secure email can do much more. In the last two years we have implemented several features that most users don't know about. Read on and find out what your encrypted mailbox can do for you!
Release Notes 2.12.2: Bug fix
Some users were experiencing a bug that prevented logging in as external recipient. So here is a small bug fix release.