I'd like to talk about a service offered by DuckDuckGo that I've been really enjoying while it was in beta period.
They have made the Email Protection beta version available to everyone. We can sign up for a free @duck.com email address by using any of their Mac, iOS, or Android apps or Browser Extensions. It was developed with security and privacy as the top priorities.
We get a personal Duck address like email@example.com, as well as an unlimited number of unique private Duck addresses. When these Duck addresses get an email, their built-in security mechanism removes the trackers included in pixels and URLs, and the email is routed to the Forwarding Address. According to them, the entire process occurs in RAM, and nothing about the emails is saved except for statics such as Forwarding Address, number of Duck addresses created by the user, and this is the least amount of data required for their services to function properly.
We can also deactivate the disposable Duck addresses directly from the email message.
Please let me know what you think.