Surveillance-based advertising is everywhere on the internet. It's bad for consumers, it erodes trust in businesses, and Fastmail believes it should be banned.
In our final blog post for the year, Fastmail’s CEO reflects on our achievements during this 20th year of the company, and looks forward to the future.
Sent to the Australian Department of Home Affairs on September 8, 2018. For more information around this submission, see our September 2018 and December 2018 posts about the bill. To whom it may concern, FastMail Pty Ltd is an Australian company, headquartered in Melbourne, and providing hosted internet email and related services to individuals and […]
FastMail was not available for the vast majority of our customers for nearly 3 hours on August 1st due to a network equipment failure at our primary datacentre. We are taking actions to reduce the risk and impact of similar failures in future.
The European Union and the United Kingdom have been leaders in writing regulations to protect something we've long known you value – your personal information and privacy. We talked about the basics of GDPR protection last month; now it's time to talk about what's changing.
Following on from December’s blog post our executive team has been hard at work for the past few months making preparations for the upcoming GDPR. Current customers, no matter where you are located, should expect to receive notices soon about changes.
More and more often we are seeing stories like this one from Facebook about who has control over your messages on closed platforms. I keep saying in response: email is your electronic memory. Your email is your copy of a conversation.