From their response, it is clear that they still do not understand what secure connections are for. They seem to want to assure customers that their data is not examined or stored by the company at all, which is hardly even relevant. The point of https is to establish a secure connection with two endpoints. Period. I would not worry about Nokia, but some government or criminal syndicate using Nokia's proxy security hole to ruin my life or spy on me. There are a few outfits doing this with https now, and they don't understand why https wants to work the way that it does!