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Ladar Levison claims to have given up on email despite having previously been responsible for founding the anonymous email service Lavabit. He cites concerns with how email works in general.
A new company plans to offer encrypted communications “for the masses” on any digital device or computer available nowadays. For a fee, because on-line privacy costs money.