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Re: [tor-talk] Email provider for privacy-minded folk
On 2/13/2013 3:47 PM, Joe Btfsplk wrote:
Here's link to the email provider comparison chart. I didn't cover all
that were on The Simple Computer list, because wasn't interested /
didn't think private enough / some policy not acceptable to me, etc.
it, even if some users say it was a provider's policy. Simply because,
policies change & I was using official TOS & Privacy Policies. There
may be features (or practices) not mentioned in some TOS or Privacy
On 2/13/2013 3:58 AM, bvvq wrote:
Sure - there's nothing private about it. Most data I took right off
site's data). I didn't fill in all "items" on all the providers.
Some policy specs weren't mentioned by some providers. You can ask CS
if they don't have some "privacy" issue in writing, but a verbal /
email reply probably doesn't mean much (legally, at least), if it's
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 &
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'
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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