Encrypted email service Lavabit that Edward Snowden used to communicate is back again, stronger than ever, with new features to ensure people’s privacy and more to come. Over the weekend, The.. Softpedia
Lavabit, an encrypted email service once used by exiled whistleblower Edward Snowden, is relaunching.
After the NSA contractor stole thousands of highly confidential documents about US spying.. Business Insider
While Gmail and Outlook claimed userbases of hundreds of millions of people in 2013, Lavabit had signed up less than half a million users to its email service at the time. But unlike its rivals, the.. The Next Web
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The ultra-private email provider Lavabit went offline in 2013 rather than comply with government access requests. Now Edward Snowden's email of choice is back, with enhanced privacy tweaks. Digital Trends
When Edward Snowden leaked details of the NSA’s mass surveillance program PRISM in 2013, he had been using a secure e-mail service called Lavabit. Later that summer, the service shut down after the.. The Verge
Lavabit, the encrypted email provider Edward Snowden favored, has risen from the ashes with more security features than before. If you'll recall, company chief Ladar Levison shut it down in 2013.. engadget Also reported by •TUAW
The developer behind Lavabit, an email service that noted leaker Edward Snowden used, is releasing source code for an open-source end-to-end encrypted email standard that promises surveillance-proof.. ITworld Also reported by •PC World
I was somewhere around the Paris Hotel on the edge of the Las Vegas Strip when the paranoia began to take hold.
I glanced down at my phone. Sitting in a talk by Lavabit CEO Ladar Levison, I noticed.. Business Insider
Lavabit founder Ladar Levison last week confirmed what had been an open secret: That he shuttered his encrypted email service in 2013 because of the federal government's pursuit of former National.. ITworld
It's a poorly kept secret that officials targeted Lavabit's secure email service as part of their investigation into Edward Snowden's leaks. Heck, the US government inadvertently leaked the truth.. engadget Also reported by •TUAW
Lavabit's owner Ladar Levison wasn't allowed to say who the feds were targeting when they requested his secure email company's private SSL keys, as he was under threat of contempt and faced possible.. Digital Trends
There was never hard proof that the government was after Edward Snowden during its pursuit of now-defunct secure email service Lavabit, but that's changed. In an embarrassing gaffe, the feds released.. engadget Also reported by •TUAW
The latest filing in the legal war between the planet’s most powerful government and its most valuable company gave one indication of how the high-stakes confrontation could escalate even.. Huffington Post