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What OS camp are you in? Hopefully this will be big so please boost so we can get as many votes as possible

Hey @Tutanota, I have a request for you. Could you provide flexible plans for extra storage. Instead of 10 GB for 24euro, how about 1GB for 2.5 Euro/year?

This might be useful because most consumers at personal level take a lot of time to fill 1 GB to 2 GB.

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#Firefox without Librefox crawls like it's carrying a backpack full of weapons-grade Naquadah :drake_dislike:

But Firefox + #LibreFox feels like holy shit my internet connection speed has doubled but I know it hasn't so what the fuck was wrong with this browser before? :drake_like:

github.com/intika/Librefox

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Leave it, delete it or don't log in, everyone will be better off FB.

"There is no precedent for #Zuckerberg's ability to monitor, organize and even censor the conversations of two billion people."

Time to Break Up #Facebook - The New York Times
nytimes.com/2019/05/09/opinion

@privacyint which email provider do you use / recommend? Thoughts on and . Thanks.

@randomdent hi, shall I get tuta or posteo or any others? I can't maintain my own mail server. Thanks.

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The secure and encrypted e-mail service @Tutanota focuses on and is developed on computers. Offering a desktop client was the most-wanted feature of their users. Tutanota is developed by a small team, so they quickly ruled out building native apps for Linux, Windows, and MacOS and decided to build the app with Electron.

opensource.com/article/19/4/li

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I've completely replaced Google Maps with the open source alternative OsmAnd (Open Street Maps).

I love that you can download maps for offline viewing and even mark places on the map. I've used it while travelling too.

Highly recommend!

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I would love to see people moving from Twitter to Mastodon. It's essentially the same but without ads. Not easy to get people to transition. Someone has to do it first.

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This story shows once more that mass surveillance increasingly undermines the foundation of democracy: freedom of speech and the right to privacy. theregister.co.uk/2019/04/02/u

Let’s fight for our right to privacy: tutanota.com/blog/posts/data-p

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