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Proton Drive’s new photo backup feature for Android protects snapshots of your life
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Most of us probably wouldn’t consent to sharing photos of our family and friends with random strangers on the internet. But that’s exactly what we do when we automatically sync our pictures to the non-private servers of Big Tech companies, which can
Google Drive is the world’s most popular cloud storage service by far, with over 3 billion people using Google Workspace (which includes Google Drive, Google Calendar, Gmail, and more). But this ubiquity has recently caused concern following several
Your passwords are some of your most sensitive personal information. They’re the keys that allow you to access your online accounts, be it your cloud storage, email inbox, or banking accounts. Proton Pass helps millions of people safeguard their pass

Most of us probably wouldn’t consent to sharing photos of our family and friends with random strangers on the internet. But that’s exactly what we do when we automatically sync our pictures to the non-private servers of Big Tech companies, which can
Your passwords are some of your most sensitive personal information. They’re the keys that allow you to access your online accounts, be it your cloud storage, email inbox, or banking accounts. Proton Pass helps millions of people safeguard their pass
In recent months, we’ve brought a lot of big additions to the Proton ecosystem, such as Proton VPN for Business, Proton Sentinel, Password Sharing in Proton Pass, and Proton Drive photo backups in beta. By comparison, we haven’t said a lot about Prot

Stop the Online Safety Bill
On October 26, the UK Parliament passed the Online Safety Act, giving Ofcom, the UK’s telecoms regulator, broad powers to search for, find, and suppress harmful media and speech by scanning the internet and, despite widespread condemnation from the t
On Thursday October 26th, MEPs in the European Parliament held press conferences outlining the compromises reached within the EU Parliament negotiators on the controversial Chat Control proposal. The original legal draft, published by the European Co
Stop the Online Safety Bill
As we feared, the UK Parliament has passed the Online Safety Bill without making the necessary changes to safeguard privacy.  The Online Safety Act, as it’s now called, includes a clause that gives the British government the power to access, collect

Google Drive is the world’s most popular cloud storage service by far, with over 3 billion people using Google Workspace (which includes Google Drive, Google Calendar, Gmail, and more). But this ubiquity has recently caused concern following several
Most email addresses use the default domain provided by their email service. For Proton Mail accounts, it’s proton.me. For Gmail, it’s gmail.com. These are usually free and work just fine for most people. But there are situations where it makes sens
How to password protect a folder
Putting a password on your folders is a great way to protect sensitive files while they’re on your system. It’s pretty easy to do regardless of your operating system, and this article will take you through each step. Note though, that password prote

Chrome’s Incognito Mode is another form of privacy washing
If a web browser tells you you’re “incognito” and can “browse privately”, you might assume your online activities are private and no one is collecting your data. But you’d be wrong. It’s precisely this ambiguity that has landed Google in the crossha
In the public eye, Google presents itself as a champion of privacy. “Privacy is at the heart of everything we do,” its CEO said. But behind closed doors, Google is telling a different story to policymakers and actively fighting against privacy laws
Google has already taken privacy washing to the extreme by trying to brand itself as “privacy focused”, even though its business model is based on surveillance.  Lately, the company’s marketing strategy has turned toward outright Orwellian doublespe

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