Mailbox.org talks about being a privacy respecting e-mail provider, yet they use malware like Google reCAPTCHA. :/
@hund only for registration. I haven't been exposed to it a single time after registration.
@Pancuronium It's enough to make me hesitant unfortunately. I currently use Fastmail. They say they're privacy respecting, but they're placed in the wrong country for me to be comfortable. I've been using them for a very long time, but I have been looking for options for a long time now.
@hund I didn't know reCAPTCHA was evil. What does it do?
@whatcraic It tracks users. And in true Google spirit it bullie users with other browsers and if you use For you can't get past it at all.
@hund it's frustrating that a lot of so called "freedom respecting" and "anonymous" sites still use Google tracking and such, you can't even use an adblocker to get around that :/
@immychan We're all domed!
@hund that's a bit ironic
@antaeus Yes. :)
@hund The common one... unfortunately. Hate websites that require you to pass reCAPTCHA to proceed with auth. But there can be even worse case: when the website is behind cloudflare...
@alexcleac Cloudflare is unfortunately just as common. :(
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