- PC World, Monday, October 21, 2013 2:01 PM
With constant news about how the NSA is spying on your email and Gmail getting sued for scanning emails to serve ads, many consumers are looking for alternative ways to make their emails safe. Outside
of just not using email, PC World columnist Lincoln Spector argues that we could easily have free end to end email encryption through OpenPGP, but he thinks that universal acceptance by the
major email clients and providers will never happen. Until it does, he recommends using a service called Sendinc to send private messages.
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