Sep 122014
 September 12, 2014  Posted by  Surveillance

Michael Humphrey writes:

The assignment was simple: Go find start-ups that either are changing the face of journalism or will help journalists do their jobs better. Yesterday we started going through the list one-by-one and the 18 students in my entrepreneurial journal class debated about anything from pitch videos to public policy (pretty much a teacher’s dream).

One site, ProtonMail, took up a good quarter of the class and for reasons I could not have foreseen.

Read more on Forbes.

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