Proton Mail at TED Global

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We have some great news to share. Several months ago, we were asked to come to TED Global to give a talk about privacy – and today the video is finally getting published! It was a great opportunity for our co-founder Andy Yen to talk about why privacy matters and showcase the end-to-end encryption technology we use in Proton Mail to protect your data.

Click here to watch the full video of Andy’s TED talk: http://www.ted.com/talks/andy_yen_think_your_email_s_private_think_again

We are grateful for the tens of thousands of users who have supported us throughout this journey – it was only with your support that we were able to have this opportunity! The team is working diligently everyday on improvements to Proton Mail that we hope you’ll enjoy. Please stay tuned, as we’ll be announcing more exciting developments in the coming weeks!

Proton Mail co-founder Andy Yen talking about end-to-end encryption at TED Global

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