Proton has announced that they will be unifying and rebranding all their products with the company being called "Proton" instead of "ProtonMail". Now, they will start offering plans with all of their services—mail, calendar, VPN, and online drive—in a single package. This includes a package with maximum of 500 GB of storage on the drive and mail. Also, they have updated their UI as well as their main website URL to proton.me from protonmail.com.
A report puts in check the company’s privacy focus due to a search agreement with Microsoft that let the Redmond company continue tracking users on the browser.
As reported by Bleeping Computer, security researcher Zach Edwards posted on Twitter that “while DuckDuckGo blocks Google and Facebook trackers, it allowed Microsoft trackers to continue running.” The company explains that “this issue is occurring on browsers and only pertains to non-DuckDuckGo websites.”
“Twitter DMs should have end to end encryption like Signal, so no one can spy on or hack your messages”
Elon Musk has acquired Twitter for $44 billion and he is planning to make Twitter a private company. Musk plans to open-source the algorithms behind Twitter and experts say this could potentially be harmful for privacy. Although this improves transparency, it, at the same time, increases the amount of attacks Twitter will be getting. If any vulnerability is found, that could lead to leaks and privacy concerns in the future.