Switzerland won't save you, either: Why e- mail might still be safer in US one privacy-minded Swiss e- mail provider, the answer is probably yes, But as many Ars readers who have acted as informal tech support policy advisor to a German member of the European Parliament, told Ars earlier this year.
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Tech policy europe wont save mail probably safer - - goingLife Is but a Stream at Yahoo These Days — But Will It Revive Ad Revenue? So can a Swiss company provide better e-mail security and privacy than many European Union countries or the United States? Take a look under the hood. The latest downgrades include tabs still optional and the awful "compose box" now obligatory. However, it uses public key cryptography, so you can't send someone an encrypted email unless you know their public key. Nor are the majority of requests for subscriber information. Privacy Fears as Surveillance Grows in Cities.
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