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Proton Launch Privacy-Focused Google Docs Alternative

Proton, once famed for a VPN, now provides a suite of secure online services, including e-mail, cloud storage, and password manager (Proton Pass Linux app launched last month). Now, it’s adding another string to its privacy-focused bow, and takes aim at Google Docs in the process. This week Proton announced Docs in Proton Drive, a “privacy-first document editor” which allows anyone with a (free or a paid) Proton account to create, edit, share, and collaborate documents on-the-go from any web browser. Admittedly, an open source, auditable cloud-based word processor isn’t strictly Ubuntu-specific news (incase you’re wondering why I’m writing about […]

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