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What the latest email spying scandal means for user privacy

On Monday, Vice’s Motherboard broke yet another story revealing the extent to which companies are monetizing their users. Reporter Joseph Cox’s investigation revealed how (...)

13 February
The privacy risks of the Internet of Things

The Internet of Things has come a long way since the turn of the century when it was a buzzword used by futurists and entrepreneurs. Although not yet as ubiquitous as some (...)

11 February
Russia’s ProtonMail block – New revelations and information

You can read this blog post in Russian below. Этот пост доступен на русском языке ниже. On Jan. 29, the Russian government announced via an official website that effective immediately, (...)

31 January
The pros and cons of biometric authentication

Biometric authentication is a growing part of the tech landscape — it’s in our schools, offices, airports, government buildings, and more recently, in our smartphones. Apple’s (...)

27 January
Together with the community, we’ve given away more than €100,000 for important causes

We’re happy to announce that the 2019 Lifetime account auction has raised over €30,000. Proton will match these contributions for a total donation of over €60,000 to three (...)

31 December 2019
Mark the date! The ProtonCalendar beta is here

A calendar is more than just a tool. It’s a record of the moments that make up your life — your big meetings, your gatherings with friends, and children’s birthdays. For the (...)

30 December 2019
We’re auctioning Lifetime Accounts to support a free and fair Internet and a more sustainable future

Last week we asked you for suggestions about which organizations you think we should help with our Lifetime Auction and you responded with hundreds of worthy causes and (...)

19 December 2019
How to stay private when using Android

The smartphone is one of the most invasive devices ever invented. It’s easy to forget that, of course, because we are so familiar with them, and they are so useful. But while (...)

12 December 2019
Most secure browser for your privacy in 2020

Your web browser is the vehicle that carries you around the Internet to your desired websites. As such, it knows precisely what sites you have visited, how long you spent (...)

9 December 2019
The Lifetime Account auction is back! Help us decide who to support

After the success of last year’s auction, we are selling three more Proton Lifetime Accounts this year to benefit organizations worthy of our community’s support. The auctions (...)

6 December 2019
The ProtonCalendar security model

This article documents ProtonCalendar’s security model and illustrates how our product protects calendar-related sensitive data. We examine the advantages and limitations of (...)

5 December 2019
Everything wrong with the EU’s proposals for gathering electronic evidence

The European Commission recently submitted proposals for new rules governing how e-evidence is gathered by law enforcement agencies. E-evidence would include things like (...)

29 November 2019

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