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Email Encryption Struggles Globally

A large amount of global email traffic is sent with no encryption or having its encryption stripped off. According to a new report from researchers at the University of Michigan, Google, University of Illinois, and Urbana Champaign, more than 95% of email sent from Tunisia to Gmail has its encryption removed. But it's not all bad news. The report found that incoming messages to Gmail that include TLS protections have increased 82% over last year.

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