I know there have been threads in past on the both providers but wanted to get a fresh more recent take. My goal is to have an email account that is resistant to passive surveillance both from government agencies and corporations. The majority of my emails are what I would consider non-confidential. While I might not consider discussions with my wife about what I eat for breakfast confidential I do not want agencies or corporations building a profile of me based on that information. For material that I consider confidential (business agreements, financials) I currently use PGP and am very comfortable with the technology. Most of my email is sent through a client and I do not like webmail. I signed up for neomailbox (30 day trial) and the countermail 7 day trial just to give them a go. Despite other reports I found neomailbox to be slightly quicker than countermail and more intuitive. Yes it did take neomailbox a few days to register me but it is something that I can live with. Interested what other opinions are between the two.