Facebook users can now decide to encrypt emails just like password resets and other private data

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The social media giant is taking step forward for providing consumers with encrypted communications online, as it has begun to roll out a trial feature that can secure emails sent through the Facebook. This certainly is another blow to the surveillance, which is good to see! Continue reading “Facebook users can now decide to encrypt emails just like password resets and other private data”

Brutal Reality: FBI and CIA can intercept e-mails, even from so-called anonymous e-mail services

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All e-mails are meant to be protected within the United States by the Electronic Communications Privacy Act (ECPA). However, this act has been heavily criticized by the people for not doing what it is supposed to every single time. If you think about the breaches and leaks that have to do with e-mails that happen on a regular basis and that link directly to the FBI, NSA or CIA, this is not illogical thinking.

Edward Snowden was the one that has revealed a lot of different cases when the government of the United States of America has been driven to illegal surveillance and this definitely includes e-mails. So, the privacy of e-mails is under question and there are a lot of different incidents that back this claim. In 2013, there was the case of Freedom Hosting. Continue reading “Brutal Reality: FBI and CIA can intercept e-mails, even from so-called anonymous e-mail services”