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> Anyone who obtains the link (e.g. via email interception) gains access to the file.

True, but, if a third party decides to use the intercepted link to download the file, and you have it set to a limit of 1 download, the file will self-destruct (if you trust Mozilla). This way, the recipient can know that someone has tampered with the communication, which is certainly an improvement over the status quo (email attachments).

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