The new email platform is called ProtonMail, BostInno reports. The service’s five brainy founders met while working at the European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN) in Switzerland. They bonded over a shared desire to build an email service even more secure than Lavabit, Mr. Snowden’s now-defunct email service of choice.
They have incorporated in Switzerland.
So yes, Owners of businesses are taking risks that employees don't have to, and they should have the right to pick the most cost-effective suppliers. But we should draw the line at competitors who are trying to cheat the system to gain an upper-hand.
I don't know what the cost is to ISPs right now for providing "unlimited" bandwidth. But the way I see it, what's happening is, they are positioning themselves so that at the point where streaming ALL your TV shows over the internet becomes feasible, through licensing agreements and networks moving online, they want to make it economically difficult for you to transition from "TV, Telephone and Internet", to just "Telephone and Internet".
How else do you explain that AT&T will not include your TV watching in its 250GB Internet caps? They're using the same infrastructure to deliver both services.