ravrore writes: A close friend of mine works at a liberal non-profit that has become high profile recently and is concerned about the security of their emails, instant messages, and internal documents. What are the easiest / most effective open tools — encryption apps, email management processes, etc — that they can use to keep their communications secure from individual intruders and governments? Is gmail the safest place to keep their email? Can they encrypt on top of that?
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