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 August 11, 2013  Non-U.S., Online, Surveillance

Sometimes, headlines sound good until you drill down. Cyrus Farivar writes:

In the wake of the shutdown of two secure e-mail providers in the United States, three major German e-mail providers have banded together to say that they’re stepping forward to fill the gap. There’s just one problem: the three companies only provide security for e-mail in transit (in the form of SMTP TLS) and not actual secure data storage.

Read more on Ars Technica.

via @legalift

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