>> * Meanwhile, heyjoe has just written on another post in this thread that
he uses Gmail...
>Yes, I have written that but I have also written that I am >looking for
better alternative. This means: a service >provide who can proof that their
systems are free from >malware on firmware level (at least to the currently
>possible level) and for which there is a verifiable proof >that their
systems don't use any software whatsoever which >may indirectly provide data
to NSA. Without that just a note >on someone's site "we use only free ethical
software" is >just marketing through wishful thinking.
What logic is this? What is your threat model? Why would you use the service
of a company that surveils you as its business model? Read the license you
agreed when you chose their service. Almost any provider is less abusive than
Google. At least choose one that promises you privacy and has to breach their
promise to abuse you. Meanwhile you are so worried about what happens in
ring-3? Again, where is the logic? My house can be broken into with a
sledgehammer so I should get rid of the door?
As you yourself show, you are not serious in your approach to privacy. You
also seem not to understand, or not to want to understand, the practical
underpinnings of free software. There is no commenting about the topic
because you systematically bring down every topic with spurious logic.