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Email Security Firm ProtonMail Releases Free Version of Service

ProtonMail, a digital startup dedicated to making email more secure in a post Edward Snowden world, has released a free version of its service to the general public. While the company plans to monetize itself through premium accounts which cost $5 a month, the free version allows the company to grow its user base. The platform uses end-to-end encryption to scramble emails on the sender's computer which are only decoded when opened by the recipient.

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