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Rafficer has a long history of using Proton products and has even helped with a few development products. Rafficer has also been involved in moderating the Proton Mail subreddit. We interviewed Rafficer in 2021 to discuss his contributions to the Pro
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Updated October 10, 2022 The Proton community trusts us to keep their information secure and private, and we take this trust seriously. That is why we are excited to announce that we will continue working with Bug Bounty Switzerland as part of our b
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Last month, developers from numerous OpenPGP-related projects came together at Proton’s headquarters in Geneva to work together and discuss the future of encrypted email using the OpenPGP standard. Proton had offered to host the sixth installment of
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In 2010, Mark Zuckerburg dismissed privacy as a social norm that had outlived its usefulness. Fortunately for us all, he was wrong. In the past 12 years, privacy has undergone a resurgence. Citizens are demanding their privacy be respected, policymak
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Today, we are undertaking our biggest step forward in the movement for an internet that respects your privacy. The new, updated Proton offers one account, many services, and one privacy-by-default ecosystem. You can now enjoy unified protection with
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When Proton began in 2014, we only offered Proton Mail, which has grown into the largest encrypted email provider in the world. However, over the years, we have added more and more privacy-focused services to meet the needs of the community, starting
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Advocacy is an essential part of what we do at Proton because it is integral to our vision of building a better internet where privacy is the default. Technological safeguards like end-to-end encryption can dramatically improve your privacy, but they
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We often speak about the Proton community and its impact on Proton’s direction and evolution. However, it may not be clear to everyone exactly who and what is part of it. Today, we want to clarify who makes up the Proton community and thank you for a
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Privacy is a human right, which is why Proton makes all our services available for free. We believe everyone should be able to express themselves and choose what happens to their data, regardless of where they live or their ability to pay. Unfortuna
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A few weeks ago, we shared the results of the Proton 2022 community survey. While the quantitative results shared previously were interesting, a deeper look into the qualitative comments left by the community also provides insights into how Proton sh
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At Proton, we are fighting for a better internet where privacy is the default. This is a challenging and important mission that requires a collective effort. Since we launched Proton Mail in 2014, we have been excited to see more people care about pr