While the company was cornered under Swiss law, critics say the company is advertising email as more secure than it really is.
Like ISIS, white nationalist extremist groups are feeling the pinch of internet shutdowns, but are organizing on encrypted channels and meeting up IRL.
There’s plenty of appetite for "hacking back," but in many contexts it’s likely illegal for companies to retaliate against cybercriminals.
"Do people want to pay for privacy?"
ProtonMail is back online after a very large DDoS attack.