Hypocrisy on privacy has a silver lining.
This seems like an odd fit.
“We have lost our privacy,” the phone's makers argue.
For $2 or more, you can help the future of secure email. Bump that up to $1,000 and you get a polo, too.
The interest you earn in the form of supposedly free services is rarely worth opening such an account.
Are we hearing the death knells of email as a useable medium?