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Re: [tor-talk] Email provider for privacy-minded folk

On 12/02/2013 3:15 PM, Joe Btfsplk wrote:
Here's an article someone pointed out on email providers & privacy; if
allow signing up w/ Tor, etc.: the_simple_computer
They all have + & -, depending on needs.  For many, if read TOS &
Privacy Policy closely, they may be better than gmail, but not as
private as their hype says.

Great link. Interesting site.
(It's amazing that the web is so vast that after 15 years online, there are still websites tucked away that I haven't seen.)

I took the info from The Simple Computer article & made a chart, plus
current data (some not in the article) from several providers' sites. If
anyone was interested & if I knew how to (easily) get it uploaded -
somewhere - I could do that.  It's not the be all & end all, but has
current info on several providers, including how long they retain data.
It's now in pdf and / or .ODT format.  I don't know if it's possible to
attach small files to tor-talk emails.

I would be interested in your data. Do you have any problems uploading it to mainstream file sharing sites? You could encrypt it and send tor-talk the passphrase. Or perhaps upload it to a .onion (I don't know any off-hand).

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