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Private, Encrypted File Sharing

Another go for encrypted file sharing. This time it is from Mozilla better known for Firefox, the open source browser. The service named Send thought not perfect allows you to share files 'safely'. In the word of Mozilla blog post "your stuff does not remain online forever". 

If the connected world brought to our lives endless ways to communicate, it also keeps what you throw at it almost forever. It is pretty much impossible to remove what you put out there be it your pictures, files or whatever else you share or accidentally leak. 

In late we have seen popular websites going all https, chat services becoming more privacy first. Send is another step towards this journey to provide privacy for everyone. 

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