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Proton Wants to Be the Google of Privacy: Announces plans for "ecosystem" of privacy products

Proton Wants to Be the Google of Privacy: Announces plans for "ecosystem" of privacy products

 

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What Happened? ProtonMail, the popular encrypted email service, is changing its name and expanding its offerings. The company plans to become a privacy-focused ecosystem, with a range of services that can be accessed through one paid subscription. This move comes as more and more people are concerned about their online privacy. ProtonMail is hoping to capitalize on this trend by making it easy for users to protect their data across multiple platforms.

 

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Why is this important? Privacy is inherent to being human. We have curtains on our windows and locks on our doors, but we tend to keep the digital world disconnected from the physical one. So if you liken Google to a surveillance camera that follows you everywhere you go and records everything you say and do, We wouldn't accept it in real life.

 

On the internet, somehow, because it's not visible, we tend to believe that it isn't there. But the surveillance that you are blind to is far more harmful than the one you are aware of. In a world where our data is increasingly being collected and sold, it's important to have tools that help us protect our privacy. ProtonMail is making it easier for people to do just that.

 

By offering a suite of privacy-focused services, the company is giving users a one-stop shop for all their digital privacy needs. What does this mean for the future of Proton? Only time will tell how successful Proton's expansion into the world of online privacy will be. However, the company's commitment to user privacy is clear.

 

As more and more people become concerned about their online data, Proton is positioned to be a leader in the space. With its easy-to-use products and dedication to protecting user data, Proton is well on its way to becoming the Google of privacy.

 

What are your thoughts on Proton's expansion? Are you concerned about your online privacy? Let us know in the comments below!


Author: Christian Kromme

First Appeared On: Disruptive Inspiration Daily

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