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Apple to Encrypt Email Traveling to Other Services

16
Jun
2014

Apple will soon begin to encrypt email messages sent from its iCloud customers to users of other email services, the company told the website of National Public Radio (NPR) today (June 13). Apple is one of the few global email providers based in the U.S. that is not encrypting any of its customers email in transit between providers, NPR had originally said in a story published yesterday. Last week, Apple was named by Google as one of several companies that failed to encrypt all email traveling between its own email service and Googles Gmail.

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