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Re: [tor-talk] Email provider for privacy-minded folk
On 2/12/2013 8:41 AM, Ted Smith wrote:
I use riseup.net -- I trust their promise not to store any logs, I
know they'll never block Tor, and they don't have any ads in their web
interface. That said, if you're financially stable in a first-world
country, you should probably throw some bitcoins their way to cover
the cost of your email account (they recommend you donate three hour's
worth of pay per year IIRC, which is pretty trivial for most people).
How difficult is it to get an acct w/ risup if you "apply," rather than
have 2 recommendations from members? I don't know any riseup members &
forgot how you get the recommendations from members, to riseup.
I don't have a problem w/ their political & social stance - it's a free
country. I'm not sure what they look for in the "application" to
approve or reject an acct.
How well do they handle support issues? Only by email? Typical
response time for serious issues?
Due to their low storage limit, I guess you just immediately delete msgs
when d/l w/ a client? Attachment size limit is very small.
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