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! The Swiss no-log VPN has officially joined the open source, federated social media network. As an organization focused on giving people greater control of their data, we wanted to join a social media network that respects this. We’ll be sharing toots about service updates, new VPN projects, and news on privacy.

@protonvpn
Ah, my favorite VPN (and mail) provider, glad to see you onboard 👍

@protonvpn Welcome! Do you have plans to release ProtonVPN clients for Mobile and Desktop as Open Source projects? It would be awesome!

@pablojimpas
@protonvpn
I tought that was the plan with at least the mail client. If I remebere correctly

@pablojimpas Hi, since ProtonVPN app is still being constantly improved (we are still editing the code, adding new features to the app), thus it is not open-source at the moment.
However, @protonmail app is already open-source for quite some time - check out the blog here: protonmail.com/blog/protonmail

@zalandocalrissian @protonvpn ProtonVPN on Android is using Google CrashLytics. I don't trust these Third-Party-Services. Why?

RT: theappanalyst.com/aircanada.ht

@kuketzblog @protonvpn because their above post advertises the service as a "no log vpn"

@zalandocalrissian @protonvpn Well this may be true for the VPN-service itself - but not the App. I you integrate third-party-analysis then this is some kind of "logging".

@kuketzblog @zalandocalrissian Hello! We used crashlytics for crash reporting before it was acquired by Google. We are removing it in the next Android release.

@protonvpn
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Welcome 😊

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