What’s new in StartMail? It’s the summer period and we hope you all are doing well! We have been working hard at StartMail to continue enhancing our product offering for you. Here you can find an overview of the new features and bug fixes for the month of July. New features Contact Management […]
Our users occasionally request a read receipt function within StartMail. Read receipts allow you know if an email was read by a recipient. We’re not a fan of this function for numerous reasons, most importantly, it is considered a form of tracking. By default, with email providers, you only know if your recipient’s email was […]
We have some exciting news to share: We just launched the StartMail Referral Program! It’s our way of saying thank you to our loyal customers who are recommending StartMail to their friends and family. When you share StartMail’s private email service with others, you and your friend can earn a 50% discount for an account […]
By Patrick W. Dunne – freelance writer for Digital Privacy News – follow him on LinkedIn or read his blog. Email can be one of the least secure platforms out there. Every day, people freely exchange private information without regard for who might see it, or whose hands it could end up in. You’re probably familiar with a […]
By Patrick W. Dunne – freelance writer for Digital Privacy News – follow him on LinkedIn or read his blog. In 2012, the European Commission sought to reform data privacy across the European Union (EU) and adapt to the technological age. After years of deliberation, the European Parliament published the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) to replace outdated […]
The fear surrounding the novel coronavirus has created new opportunities for online scammers who look to exploit your anxiety and steal your private information. What is happening? Nasty netizens send emails claiming to be from legitimate organizations and ask you to click on links to fill out online forms, view statistics, and follow the news. […]
StartMail received news that the Russian Federal Security Bureau (FSB and the successor to the KGB within the intelligence agency) started restricting access to the StartMail service in the Russian Federation territory as of January 23, 2020. The reason given is “to protect the Russian segment of the Internet from disseminating inaccurate socially significant information, […]
StartMail has been relisted as a recommended email provider on the PrivacyTools.io website. PrivacyTools is best known for their recommendations about the best services and tools to protect online privacy from third-party intrusion and global mass surveillance.
Data breaches are the internet plague for users and businesses. They have been happening for years, and unfortunately, they will keep happening.