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>The author of the article at hand later added an addendum saying the prosecutor was mis-quoted in their article and that Protonmail does not voluntarily offer real-time logging.

That is completely false. The author said that the prosecutor claimed to have been misquoted, not that he was misquoted. The author clearly stands by his quote, and it is therefore untrue that he says that Protonmail does not voluntarily offer real-time logging.




You are correct, my rewording ended up being misleading. My apologies.

I don't think it detracts from the substance of my argument, however. This is a he-said-she-said battle where one says "I tweeted it so it happened" and the other says "no, it doesnt".

Neither side is particularily convincing.


> Neither side is particularily convincing.

That's true of all he said she said arguments. The next step is gathering proof, not begging for more of the same he said, she said.




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