> Comment #37567
First, Thank You for such a Great Search!
And once again, D-Mail comes up...
Yahoo charges $19.95 a year for their paid email service.
Man, there has got to be a way to do this. I would would pay DuckDuckGo $30.00 a year, for a traceless, NSA-less email service.
DuckDuckGo has Exploded among search users. I think it safe to say that anybody who uses this search engine, (and the complete platform as I do), would have No Problem in paying you for a secure email service. I'd even be willing to bet that Hush Mail would be open to such an idea of a partnership with you.
The main thing is , is to be able to keep it light weight, leaving hardly any footprints.
I do hope you will reconsider. Net neutrality is of the utmost importance. If it is destroyed or modified to cater to the big dogs, then where will that leave you?
Take the plunge Man, don't get shuffled back to the short bus and the slow bandwidth train.
Keep hold of your impressive ethics, but turn this into a Big Dog,
or (Big Duck), whichever suits you better.
Please do not get left in slow bandwidth limbo when the Gooberment finally shuts down Net Neutrallity, as we all do know it is only a matter of time before they cave in to the whore Google's money.
(sorry for the bad word), it is the best description though.
$30.00 a year is not much to pay for your brilliance.
Thanks Again, Man.
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