Russia blocks encrypted email service ProtonMail

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Russia blocks encrypted email service ProtonMail

Roskomnadzor claims end-to-end encryption product used to send fake bomb threats.

Russia said on Wednesday it had blocked the Swiss email service ProtonMail, popular among journalists and activists for its focus on user privacy and high level of encryption. Russian communications watchdog Roskomnadzor said ProtonMail, which uses end-to-end encryption to protect user data, had ...

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