Google and the email app Superhuman promised to fix their privacy flaws. But surveillance remains the core of the products. That's why privacy must be baked into the foundation, argues @cwarzel. https://www.nytimes.com/2019/07/09/opinion/email-tracking.html
@protonmail Another side of that is most popular email programs don't warn users about privacy issues anymore. It used to be that they all did. At least @Mozilla Thunderbird still does it really well. https://pocketnow.com/apple-google-and-microsoft-allow-anyone-to-violate-your-privacy-with-an-email
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