July 09, 2018
EMAIL AND TECHNOLOGY
When Ronald Reagan was in office, the concept of email was in its infancy; it would be several more decades before email came to power nearly every corner of personal and professional communication across the world. While times have changed, a lot can be predicted about what the late president’s views on modern topics would be from his past positions and policies.
Secure private email would doubtlessly be an area about which Ronald Reagan would feel strongly, as Reagan and privacy went hand in hand. He was a champion of the concept that Americans had the intrinsic, constitutional right to freedom—and threats to privacy are often motivated by a desire to restrict one’s free expression or speech. Reagan continuously fought for Americans, and the American economy, to be free from excessive government involvement and overly regulated industries, and to have more control over how they operate their daily lives. In today’s world, those goals would certainly extend to our primary way of communicating, as secure private email moves away from models that leave users’ information exposed and potentially compromised by government or other sources, putting the control back in the hands of Americans, where it belongs.
Here are a few ways that you can embrace that idea in your own email usage:
Carry on Ronald Reagan's tradition of support for personal freedom and conservative values by signing up for your own Reagan.com email address. Our secure private email service will keep your information and personal communications safe.
Get a Reagan Email Address Today
GREAT ADVICE. I have to change my surfing ways.
~ ALANA ~