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monday wrote

Proton mail? Cia honeypot? No thanks

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ziq wrote

their whole list of 'corrections' basically comes down to 'i like this thing better' and 'this thing doesn't count because (anal retentive bullshit like anarchist-run mastodon instances not counting as twitter alternatives because... why again?)

the cherry on top of the shit cake is saying reddit is better than raddle because they don't know me

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monday wrote

The op was about anarchist and libre alternatives not the most nerd mr.robot-lsrper...

Is boring to deal with these accounts coming here just to annoy one or other user

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ziq wrote (edited )

The most ridic part: Something doesn't need to be exactly like something else to be an alternative to it. Like how does needing to make an account make a site not an image upload (imgur) alternative? How does Pleroma not qualify as a blogspot alternative if it can be used to write blogs? How does having less space than gmail make an email service not a gmail alternative?

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ArmyOfOne wrote (edited )

Proof?

Only thing I heard was the case where sensitive infos was handed over to the French police by Protonmail due to a "criminal investigation". Which is problematic in a Google way... but doesn't make them "CIA".

Anything else you got?

I'd like to know because I and a few friends are using it. More because it's not playing with metadata like Google does, and also handles spam better.

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monday wrote

It's kinda public knowledge, dunno y so many people think anything like protonmail is safe

https://encryp.ch/blog/disturbing-facts-about-protonmail/

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Majrelende wrote

We would be very grateful if you could take down the content of this article, and provide us with all available information regarding its author.

Interesting?

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ArmyOfOne wrote (edited )

Wow, fucking MIT were at it again.

Switzerland being basically an archipelago of the US in Europe, this doesn't come off as surprising.

Why don't we have federated email services after all this time?

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fortmis wrote

I like tutanota it's more secure, smaller scale, open source, and has a better reputation ;)

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ArmyOfOne wrote

They look like a German-based version of Riseup?

I'd yet have to see en email service that's federated... but this looks alright.

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ziq wrote

your 'corrections' are anal retentive shit

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ArmyOfOne wrote (edited )

I feel you are being quite obstructive and judgemental here, Ziq, as a lot of the suggestions in that comment -if not all- are verified as accurate. There's no problem in improving upon a post that was lacking a few things.

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ziq wrote

it's deliberately a condensed list of the actual wiki w/online_platforms

the suggestions are verified as accurate

well ok then

there's certainly egg on my face

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readinglistmirror OP wrote

Obstructive and judgemental is par for the course around here to be honest with you comrade.

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