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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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It has recently become fashionable among “privacy” companies based outside of Switzerland to attack the notion of “Swiss privacy”. Such assertions usually take the line of “Switzerland is not special because it also has X, Y, Z”, and then draw a fals
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Proton’s encryption is open source and available for public inspection. Because we use open standards, the encryption that Proton utilizes is also publicly discussed and debated as part of the IETF standardization process. That’s why it is always sur
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Today, the European Parliament voted on the regulation commonly known as “chat control”, laying down rules to prevent and combat child sexual abuse material. Earlier drafts of this bill had posed a severe threat to encryption and privacy, but recent
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Last week, the Spanish Presidency of the European Council delayed a vote regarding the Council’s position on the controversial Child Sexual Abuse Regulation (CSAR) due to a lack of consensus over the issue of encryption, among others. This proposed r
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Last week, the UK government made a statement in the House of Lords acknowledging that portions of the controversial Online Safety Bill might not even be technically enforceable without breaking end-to-end encryption. This rightly received a lot of a
Stop the Online Safety Bill
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The UK Parliament is set to finalize a bill this month that threatens privacy and freedom of speech at a fundamental level. We had hoped for last-minute amendments to be tabled protecting encryption and privacy, but based on information coming from P
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The RESTRICT Act, which would enable the the US government to ban TikTok from the US market, is currently working its way through Congress and has the backing of the White House. We’ve analyzed the legislation over the recent weeks, and today we’re s
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The Online Safety Bill is currently working its way through the UK parliament, and it’s expected to be passed into law this autumn. This wide-reaching piece of legislation would force any “user-to-user service” (such as TikTok, Facebook, and Twitter)