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I did infosec trainings for journalists, activists, others who *need* encrypted e-mail service. People like me could be your best advocates.
But this is based on trust, and with that kind of messaging, I simply do *not* trust Tutanota to do a decent job. If you go all clickbaity marketing on this, will you communicate honestly about breaches and risks?
Stop using the h-word to mean "cybercriminals". There's a perfectly good word for that: "cybercriminals".
Email encryption should be done client side using GPG keys exclusively stored on your computer and using the mail client of your preference. These way there's no vendor lock-in.
Tutanota doesn't pass these two essential requirements. It's just another fake privacy initiative.
@Tutanota oh and before you go there: explanation ("it drives clicks") is not *justification*. Doesn't make it okay.
You would not use the n-word to promote products to white people. That would be appropriation! There's a whole genre of film based on this: Blacksploitation, and it is *highly controversial* for a reason!
What you guys did there is "hackersploitation".
"Disappointing" doesn't even start to scratch the surface here.
I wonder how your techies feel about this. Have you even asked?.. 🤔
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