Emails sent to and from Outlook, Hotmail, MSN and Live accounts will benefit from TLS encryption.
Microsoft will refrain from reading user emails. Instead, it will have law enforcement sift through your inbox.
Microsoft read a blogger's emails to find an ex-employee who leaked Windows secrets, and it makes no apologies.
Microsoft wants users to know that it only handed over Outlook and Skype data when legally forced to do so.
If you're having trouble with your Outlook and Hotmail email, it's not just you: Microsoft's email services are struggling with messages right now.
Twitter adopted a new emailing standard that will help better authenticate emails from the social network and filter out scammers.
Microsoft puts the final nail in Hotmail's coffin, "upgrading" all accounts to Outlook later this year.
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