Posts Tagged ‘Privacy’

Stay Safe at Home with Kolab Now

Posted on: March 16th, 2020 by

Authorities and experts alike tell us physically staying at home is the safest thing to do for you and yours, and everyone else. Our experts want you to enjoy the same safety on the web.

We have decided to spread the burden and not the virus, and do the right thing by not opportunistically profiting off of our collective misery. We now provide a 100% discount to all new signups for as long as we can manage, or for as long as the crisis continues, whichever comes first. When things cool down, we’ll remove the discount.

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Our statistics for 2019

Posted on: January 3rd, 2020 by

Our terms of service state there’s basically no way for anyone to get any access to your data without us also being able to talk about the fact it happened, and further down nested in our legal framework outline do we have a list of 3 general types under which individual requests could be filed.

Like the last time we declared having made a full eclipse around the sun at an arbitrary date, here’s our statistics for 2019.

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Security Incident: Involuntary Information Disclosure

Posted on: August 22nd, 2019 by

Earlier today, we have received a report where the web client may inadvertently disclose the so-called common name of accounts within the same domain name space.

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Our statistics for 2018

Posted on: December 31st, 2018 by

Our terms of service state there’s basically no way for anyone to get any access to your data without us also being able to talk about the fact it happened, and further down nested in our legal framework outline do we have a list of 3 general types under which individual requests could be filed.

I recall that some place, we also promise to at least publish the statistics. I don’t recall where, but I seem to remember we have. In any case, here’s our summary for 2018.

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Short-Form GDPR Compliance

Posted on: May 18th, 2018 by

Our team has received multiple inquiries about our service’s compliance with GDPR. We answer these individually, but here’s a short-form of the types of questions that we answer.

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Use Privacy Badger

Posted on: April 19th, 2018 by

Privacy Badger is a browser extension by the Electronic Frontier Foundation, that prevents sites from tracking your visits across the web. It’s available for Chrome (the most popular browser among our visitors and customers), Firefox (second) and Opera (nowhere to be found).

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