Meet the man who believes he’s come up with a foolproof way of keeping your emails safe from the prying eyes of governments and hackers. (Carlo Pisani, swissinfo.ch)This content was published on July 11, 2016 - 11:20
- Deutsch Wie sicher sind Ihre E-Mails?
- Español ¿Qué tan seguros son sus e-mails?
- Português Seus e-mails são seguros?
- 中文 你的电子邮件安全吗？
- عربي حل مبتكر لحماية بريدكم الإلكتروني
- Français Vos e-mails sont-ils sûrs?
- Pусский Что такое end-to-end шифрование (I)
- 日本語 科学者が開発 情報漏えい防ぐメールサービス
- Italiano Quanto sono sicure le nostre email?
The moment for Andy Yen came in 2013 when the story broke of the United States government’s massive surveillance of phone and internet communications, exposed by Edward Snowden.Yen, a particle physicist at CERN, got together with a few of his colleagues at the Geneva nuclear research centre and started brainstorming ways of making email communication safe.
Watch Yen explain the idea behind their secure application, ProtonMail, which is hosted entirely in Switzerland.
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