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People and companies are generally subject to the laws of the country and city where they are located, and those laws can change when they move to a new place. However, the situation becomes more complicated when considering data, which can be subjec
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Your online data is no longer just used for ads but also for training AI. Google uses publicly available information to train its AI models, raising concerns over whether AI is even compatible with data protection laws. People are worried companies
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iPhone stores passwords in iCloud Keychain, Apple’s built-in password manager. It’s convenient but has some drawbacks. A major issue is that it doesn’t work well with other platforms, making it hard for Apple users to use their passwords and passkeys

Actualizaciones del producto

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There are many reasons you may need to share passwords, bank details, and other highly sensitive information. But we noticed that many people do this via messaging apps or other methods that put your data at risk. In response to the needs of our com
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Billions of people use online document editors like Google Docs or Microsoft 365 to write reports, collaborate on projects, and keep track of meeting notes. But there is a growing concern about Big Tech platforms having access to your content, tracki
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Today, we’re excited to announce new enhancements to Proton Drive’s sharing functionality, giving you greater control over who you share with and how you share your files and folders. This feature builds on how sharing currently works in Drive by le

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Proton prioritizes our community’s privacy and data security in every aspect of our business.  To further demonstrate our commitment, we underwent a rigorous external audit and – on May 2, 2024 – received our ISO 27001 certification.  As an organiz
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From the very beginning, Proton has always been a different type of organization. This was probably evident from the way in which we got started via a public crowdfunding campaign that saw 10,000 people donate over $500,000 to launch development. As
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Every year, we send a survey to the Proton community asking for your feedback and ideas. We then use that information to guide our future plans. This year, we received thousands of responses, giving us insight into what you expect from us.  As one o

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Large language models (LLMs) trained on public datasets can serve a wide range of purposes, from composing blog posts to programming. However, their true potential lies in contextualization, achieved by either fine-tuning the model or enriching its p
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When you use the internet at home, connected to everything from fitness equipment to game consoles, smartphones, and laptops, marketing companies could be watching you with a tiny piece of surveillance tech you might not even know about. We’re talki
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The email addresses and other sensitive information of 918 British MPs, members of the European Parliament, and French deputies and senators have been leaked to dark web marketplaces where data is illegally bought and sold. As part of our investigati

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Your online data is no longer just used for ads but also for training AI. Google uses publicly available information to train its AI models, raising concerns over whether AI is even compatible with data protection laws. People are worried companies
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iPhone stores passwords in iCloud Keychain, Apple’s built-in password manager. It’s convenient but has some drawbacks. A major issue is that it doesn’t work well with other platforms, making it hard for Apple users to use their passwords and passkeys
is Google Docs secure
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Your online data is incredibly valuable, particularly to companies like Google that use it to make money through ads. This, along with Google’s numerous privacy violations, has led many to question the safety of their information and find alternative
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It’s been roughly three months since the European Union’s Digital Markets Act (DMA), which aims to restore competition and fairness to the internet, came into effect for Big Tech monopolies. Since then, Google has done precisely nothing to comply wit
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We recently announced that Proton Pass now supports passkeys for everyone across all devices. Universal compatibility is a unique approach to implementing passkeys, unfortunately. Even though passkeys were developed by the FIDO Alliance and the Worl
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If there were still doubts over whether Apple is an abusive monopolist, they were emphatically dismissed this week. Apple’s new app store policy that it claims will bring it into compliance with Europe’s Digital Markets Act is a textbook case of mali
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People and companies are generally subject to the laws of the country and city where they are located, and those laws can change when they move to a new place. However, the situation becomes more complicated when considering data, which can be subjec
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Choosing the best email hosting provider for your small business is crucial for maintaining security, control, and compliance with data protection laws.  For one, many popular providers, such as Gmail and Outlook, don’t apply end-to-end encryption b
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Today we’re announcing enhancements to our business plans, further enriching our commitment to delivering the best privacy experience for businesses. These upgrades will help us continue expanding our feature suite for organizations, while giving mor