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    Why Should I? commented  · 

    Ditto. I had a sudden need for a collaboration feature in ProtonDrive. At this time the feature doesn't exist in Proton, so I'm passing over an upgrade to the ProtonDrive account in favor of a cloud service that does offer the collaboration function.

    The feature request remains unfulfilled since the December 2016, despite the number of votes 3X more than the next runner-up. Which I take to imply that it's not possible within the current Proton security framework. Else the feature would have been implemented ages ago.

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    Hell No! Do NOT implement something this blindingly ignorant! The arguments in favor are profoundly dishonest.

    For the benefit of the whoever posted the feature request.

    #1 How would protonmail classify files if they're already encrypted without protonmail possessing a master decryption key? Defeats the purpose of protonmail and advances the agenda of those against end-to-end encrypted email - which exists for a reason.

    #2 If child porn is found, in most nations the service provider is legally obligated to inform the proper authorities ( but you already knew that )

    Pedofiles also breathe air. That doesn't mean everyone is obligated to stop breathing or obligated to report every breath for inspection by their local authorities. Even ' for the sake of the children ".

    Based on your idea, I think Apple I-cloud services would be a better fit for you. There, each file uploaded to the cloud is first compared to a database provided by the US FBI in real time. Meaning at any given instant, the same agency has a list of files being uploaded into the I-cloud. Perfect for persecuting whistleblowers and leakers. Do you see the problem with the concept? You're free to use Apple I-cloud to your heart's content.

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