If you want to email me you can do so at george [at] georgenturner .com
If you need to send me a secure message you can do so using encrypted email (PGP fingerprint below).
PGP encryption is a way of sending messages so that only you and the intended recipient can read them. It translates the message into a code which can then only be decrypted using a mathematical key owned by the recipient. It is a very secure way of sending email and was used by Edward Snowden to communicate with journalists.
There are a number of ways you can implement PGP on your email. If you have a Mac the easiest way is to install GPG tools. For Windows and Linux there is Thunderbird with the Enigmail Plugin. You can also use PGP with webmail using the Mailvelope extension on google chrome.
You can also sign up for a service like proton mail which has encryption as part of the package.
If you want to send me a secure email my public PGP key fingerprint is:
0BBC F24F 296D 49AC 9BB1 6CF9 424A A8B5 6645 A2EA
My key can be found on the MIT keyserver by typing in my email address into the search box.
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