Looking for an email service to switch to that protects privacy and preferably doesn't submit to us prism attacks on a dime... I use Gmail and don't mind switching to an email client to get my mail, so it's fine if it doesn't have web mail. Any recommendations?
@TK protonmail and tutanota are good, providing both free and paid services. So is Kolabnow, but that's a exclusively a paid service. Note: with protonmail you can send encrypted e-mails to other non protonmail users with a password for them to decrypt, open, read and send via their web browsers.
@TK Been using Tutanota for a while now myself, so far I'd say it's a good choice
That is, if you don't need IMAP and are fine with using their client
@TK I recommend FastMail personally. In their statement regarding PRISM they said they are owned by an Australian company despite having servers in the US so they are subject to Australian communications laws, not US ones. That might be somewhat old info but I have found them excellent.
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