RE: ProtonMail changes privacy policy after they release IP information to authorities

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"technically" they didn't unless you turned the feature on to create logs (it's in settings) or you potentially did something illegal and Swiss law (only Swiss) asked them to.

In the end, it's likely less than 1,000 users out of 50M, but it is concerning. There are solutions though, even with their own service (which even they recommend).

That being said, in this day and age where the government is bullying companies like Apple to give them backdoors to their encryption, there is zero expectation of privacy.

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