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Encrypted Email Service Once Used by Edward Snowden Relaunches - The Intercept

In 2013, Ladar Levison, founder of the encrypted email service Lavabit, took the defiant step of shutting down the company's service rather than comply with a federal law enforcement request that could compromise its customers' communications. The FBI ...and more »

Secure Email Service Lavabit, a Snowden Favorite, Returns - PC Magazine

Encrypted email service Lavabit returned to the Web on Friday after more than three years offline. For now, however, it's only available to those who had accounts prior to its shutdown. SecurityWatch Lavabit returned on Inauguration Day, Lavabit owner ...and more »

Snowden's Favorite Encrypted Email Service Lavabit Returns - Softpedia News

Encrypted email service Lavabit, which 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 Intercept reported that Lavabit was making a return ...and more »

Go dark with the flow: Lavabit lives again - The Register

It's taken longer than first expected, but the first fruits of Lavabit founder Ladar Levison's Dark Mail Technical Alliance have landed with the relaunch of the encrypted mail service he closed in 2013. After shuttering Lavabit, Levison joined hands ...and more »

Ultra private email provider Lavabit is back online - Digital Trends

There are several email providers to pick from, like Gmail, Outlook.com, and Yahoo — but for infamous NSA leaker Edward Snowden, only Lavabit will do. The email program was closed in 2013, but it is now back in business. You might recall that Lavabit ...and more »

Lavabit relaunches secure email service, encrypted mail goes open-source - ZDNet

screen-shot-2017-01-23-at-07-37- ZDNet/CBS Interactive, file photo. Lavabit has resurrected itself from the ashes to once again provide secure email services in a post-Snowden world. Ladar Levison, CEO and owner of Lavabit, chose the US Inauguration ...and more »

Secure email service Lavabit relaunches, citing need for security in 'post-Snowden world' - The Verge

When Edward Snowden leaked details of the NSA's mass surveillance program PRISM in 2013, he had been using a secure email service called Lavabit. Later that summer, the service shut down after the government ordered its owner to turn over the site's ...and more »

Snowden's preferred email provider, Lavabit, has been resurrected - Engadget

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 instead of complying with the government's demand to hand ...and more »

Lavabit developer has a new encrypted, end-to-end email protocol - Network World

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 messaging. The code for the Dark Internet Mail ...and more »

A secure email service used by Edward Snowden is relaunching - Business Insider

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 capabilities and fled the United States in 2013 ...and more »