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 encryption keys.
Now, four years later, Lavabit is relaunching.
On January 20th, Lavabit founder Ladar Levison published a note announcing that he was relaunching Lavabit. He explained that while much has changed since the site was originally closed down, "much has not in our post-Snowden world," and alluded to some of the major email leaks...
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