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Even My Mum Can Use This Encryption Service (I Know Because I Made Her Try)

Sending an encrypted email, for most people, is hard. Although a wave of secure messaging tools have flooded app stores since Edward Snowden’s NSA revelations, and clear tutorials on how to set up encrypted email have since been penned, it can still be a daunting task for somebody who doesn’t have the time or technical know-how. But people may still want to grab their privacy back, even if they’re pretty clueless on where to start.
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