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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.
Did your Gmail data train the AI Bard?
Last week a tweet went viral asking whether Google's AI Bard was trained on Gmail data. The question was underlined by the fact that Bard itself said it was trained on "Google Search, Gmail and other data".
Security for all: Recommend Tutanota to your friends! 🎉
Everyone deserves privacy! That's why Tutanota is now launching a refer-a-friend program. As a Tutanota user, you can now refer Tutanota to your friends and family, even to your doctor or lawyer, and you both benefit.
3 reasons why updates are important: No. 1 is Security!
If you search the web for why software updates are important, you will get loads of results that say there are "3 or 5 reasons why software updates are important". While this may be correct, there is only one major reason why you must keep your software up to date: Security. This has been dramatically proven by the LastPass breach.
US federal agencies required to adopt post-quantum security, private sector advised to follow
New US legislation aims to protect federal systems and data from the threat of quantum-enabled data breaches and cyber attacks. Becoming "quantum resistant" is now a strategic goal for the US government. The same is going to be true for the private sector soon.
WhatsApp joins the fight against UK’s proposed version of the Online Safety Bill
Secure communication apps are lining up to oppose measures in the U.K.’s Online Safety Bill (OSB) that would make the web less safe for everyone.
Collateral Victims of Sting Operations: The Risks of Closed-Source Software
Law enforcement use closed-source "secure" communication tools to catch criminals, but this compromises the privacy of law-abiding users. Exclu, An0m, EncroChat - these all prove why only open source software can be trusted.
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