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Google Encrypts Gmail in an Attempt to Make it 'NSA Proof' and Stop Mass Surveillance

•, Daily Mail
In a blog post made Thursday by head Gmail security engineer Nicolas Lidzborski, Google said that every time a user checks or sent email, it will be encryped as the data goes to and from Google’s servers. 
Although Google has given Gmail users the ability to sign into their accouints through an encrypted connection (known as HTTPS) since 2010, Gmail will now automatically default users to the more secure network.
‘In addition, every single email message you send or receive—100 percent of them—is encrypted while moving internally,’ the post reads. ‘This ensures that your messages are safe not only when they move between you and Gmail’s servers, but also as they move between Google’s data centers—something we made a top priority after last summer’s revelations.’

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