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What Glenn Greenwald's email leak means for PGP encryption

PGP encryption is probably not broken, but impersonation is still a problem.

Google debuts PGP email encryption plugin for Chrome

This could boost Gmail's privacy bona fides.

After Snowden leaks, daily adoption rate of PGP encryption triples

Kristian Fiskerstrand cautions that more users trying it out now doesn't necessarily mean they'll adopt the practice permanently.

Facebook enables PGP key display on users' About pages

Users can now opt-in to receive encrypted email notifications.

Stopping the NSA from reading your email just got a whole lot easier

Finally, an NSA-proof email system that passes Snowden’s ‟Greenwald test.”

Behind the movement to encrypt all the things

Privacy on the Internet has to change if it’s going to survive.

With Tor Mail gone, how will the Dark Web communicate?

Whichever method you choose, make sure you encrypt your senstive messages.

Yahoo's new 'on demand' password tool could put you at risk

Whatever you do, don't lose your phone.

The dream of easy-to-use encrypted email may have just come true

Just Mail aims to bring encrypted email into the mainstream, and it's launched a $350,000 Kickstarter campaign to prove it.

Yahoo and Google are building an encrypted email service

Encrypted email from Google and Yahoo is just a year away.

How to encrypt your email the easy way

Here's a simple and effective protection method.

Google's Eric Schmidt says 'unbreakable' encryption is coming

Oh, now he wants to hide something?

The fight to find the perfect secure messaging app

Did Skype deserve any praise at all?

Meet Virtru, an easy email encryption tool with roots in the NSA

Virtru, an easy-to-use email encryption tool, just landed on Android.

Encrypted email service ProtonMail breaks crowdfunding record

Not even PayPal’s terribleness could stop them.

Meet Ted Lieu, the new privacy pit bull in Congress

Lieu had been in Congress all of 4 months before telling the director of the FBI to 'just follow the damn Constitution.'

The state of encryption tools, 2 years after Snowden leaks

Strong privacy has never been more popular.

Tor is building an anonymous instant messenger

Forget the $16 billion romance between Facebook and WhatsApp. There’s a new messaging tool worth watching.

Cryptome, the original WikiLeaks, launches $100,000 Kickstarter

Government officials have called it an "invitation to terrorists"—something its supporters see as a compliment.

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