Google updates its privacy policy

Discussion in 'privacy general' started by MrBrian, Apr 21, 2014.

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  1. MrBrian

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    Google can stick their privacy policy and their services where the sun never shines. The only way I'll allow my system to connect to them is through Tor.
     
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    Hello,

    On my last article about Gmail 2-Steps authentication weakness, at the end I mention alternative email web services that already exist or will soon : Unseen.is (exists), Lavaboom (public Beta), Darkmail.info (not released). I think that following the NSA scandal, encrypted email services is the future, especially if they support a multi-factor authentication using a Yubikey (or anything similar). I know of Fastmail who is Yubikey compatible, but is not encrypted.

    I'm using Gmail for now, but it won't last long.

    Regards,
    Guillaume.
     
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