Encrypted has officially its new calendar in public beta. The move is part of the Swiss company’s broader push to offer privacy-focused alternatives to Google’s key products.

ProtonMail has been talking about its plans to launch an encrypted calendar for a while. But starting from today, all ProtonMail users on a paid plan will be able to access , and it will be opened to everyone when it exits beta in 2020.

By way of a brief recap, ProtonMail was founded out of Geneva, Switzerland in 2013 by Andy Yen, Jason Stockman, and Wei Sun — academic researchers working on particle physics projects at . ProtonMail promises users full privacy via client-side encryption, which means nobody can intercept and read their emails. ProtonMail has positioned

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