Being able to use your business name for your email address is professional and also puts you more in control of your communications. Most email hosting options offered by your web registrar are NOT private though, so what do you do? You can host any domain email with Protonmail instead!
Protonmail is renowned for their great privacy and encryption, but you don’t have to use their @protonmail.com email address — they allow you to use your own custom domain, while still enjoying all the encryption benefits they have to offer!
In this video we will teach you how to move your custom email domain over to Protonmail, to keep all your communications private.
02:00: Protonmail Privacy
04:53: Moving Custom Domains to Protonmail
06:04: Adding Your Domain
06:18: Verify Your Domain
08:04: Configure DNS Records
08:50: Create Addresses / Add Users
09:23: Configure DNS Records – cont’d
14:15: Why Custom Domains Are Important
Let’s move towards email providers that don’t harvest the content of all our emails. This goes a long way to helping us reclaim our privacy in the digital age.
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Permanent Record – Edward Snowden
No Place to Hide: Edward Snowden, the NSA, and the U.S. Surveillance State – Glenn Greenwald
What has the government done to our money – Rothbard
Extreme Privacy – Michael Bazzel (The best privacy book I’ve ever read)
Naomi’s Privacy Bag: some of my favorite products to help protect your privacy!
Use the Brave browser! https://brave.com/nao076
USB-C to ethernet adapter:
Lightening to ethernet adapter:
Faraday bag (signal stopping, to protect your fob, credit card, computer, and phone)
Data Blocker (if you’re charging your phone in an unknown port, use this so that no data is transferred)
Computer privacy screen (use your computer in public? Keep your information safe! Choose the size right for your computer)
Phone privacy screen (don’t let people in public see your private data, choose the size for your phone)
Camera cover (for computers and phones, so no one can access your camera without you knowing)
Privacy Tip: Turn off your wifi and bluetooth when you’re not using them!!! (or don’t use them at all)