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[liberationtech] pgp and e-mail resources?

Frank Corrigan email at
Fri Dec 3 10:55:37 PST 2010

I have been experimenting with gmail and agree it offers some very
useful options, though I am not a fan of having google searches
associated to a specific email account and all of it's other ubiquitous
track-me services.

Zoho also offers unified email and business applications over https. I
find it particularly useful that documents can be created, edited and
viewed online and as this and other applications are so tightly there is
little need to rely upon locally installed office applications. Though
documents are embedded with traceability meta data like
id="zw-114grd7a09056Ib8H4b3456"... It's editor can be used without a
need to register <>.

Zoho does have a handy option to restrict access to specific IP

Though I am still a fan of fastmail, due to it's Public computer (no
cache) option and can still be accessed with cookies and scripts blocked
and it's many OTP options.


On Thu, Oct 28, 2010 at 1:44 PM, Chris Palmer <chris at> wrote:

> On Oct 28, 2010, at 1:49 AM, Graham Webster wrote:
> > Let's assume correspondents can't assume their counterparts will be
> connecting to mail servers with SSL.
> Why? Asking your friend to please use Gmail and to check the Always Use SSL
> box is an easier ask than just about any other secure email solution.
> It doesn't help if your threat actor is Google (less likely) or someone who
> has compromised Google (has happened). In that case you have to try
> something else, like PGP or maybe a private web message board that uses
> HTTPS correctly. The latter requires only one tech expert.
> --
> Chris Palmer
> Technology Director, Electronic Frontier Foundation

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