Fastmail believes in a fairer internet—one that’s more considerate of people’s privacy.
Fastmail values are at the heart of everything we do. We believe in treating our customers—and their data—with the respect they deserve. Our team is passionate about ethical technology and the duty of care we have to our customers.
This commitment extends beyond our products—our company is proof that you can have a successful business without sacrificing people’s privacy.
We are just one company, and while we can directly improve the lives of our customers, we can do more to create a better internet ecosystem. We work with people and organizations around the world to make this a reality:
A fairer internet extends beyond improvements in technical standards: it’s also about creating a more ethical platform for digital citizens to talk, learn, play, shop and work.
We believe that we have the responsibility, and the capacity, to encourage change for the better. We also know it takes more than one voice to produce systemic change and so we are members and supporters and signatories to a number of different organizations that are all advancing data privacy and data protection.
We add our name to industry calls for action.
We provide financial and in-kind support to civil advocacy groups:
We provide feedback to the government on proposed legislation:
We carefully review the privacy policies of companies we do business with as part of our due diligence. This has led to:
We spread awareness and knowledge to help other businesses do better. Our staff gives talks at conferences, meetups, and to advisory boards on topics like:
We can have a better digital world if we all work together. Join us in making a fairer, more respectful internet.
Here are four simple things you can do to promote privacy:
If you want to hear more about advocacy and the importance of digital privacy, listen to our conversation with Lucie Krahulcova on Digital Citizen.
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