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ProtonMail criticizes Gmail's confidential mode for being neither secure nor private

Saturday June 22, 2019. 10:47 AM , from BetaNews
Privacy-focused ProtonMail has lashed out at Google, saying the 'confidential mode' available in Gmail is 'misleading' and 'little more than a marketing strategy'. It says that people 'don't need to settle for fake privacy' Pointing out that Gmail's confidential mode lack end-to-end encryption, ProtonMail says that the email service is 'not secure or private'. The company says that Gmail can still read your emails, and that expiring emails are not as secure as Google would have users believe. See also: There will be no more tablets from Google Google confirms that second-hand Nest Cams could have been used to spy… [Continue Reading]
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