@danhampl If a GMail user explicitly WANTS to give the access to his emails to a third party, in order for the third party to analyze his emails, he CAN give them this access. WITHOUT giving that third party his password. What's "insecure" about that? If someone gave that access and didn't know what he was doing, then he is stupid. The original WSJ article has absolutely nothing to do with what ProtonMail Bridge does.