- Edward Snowden doubts FBI's argument in Apple case: 'Respectfully, that's
- “In simpler terms,” said Lavabit founder Ladar Levison, “this attempted use of the All Writs Act is a blatant and unabashed attempt to circumvent Congress, and pass a heaping pile of bovine feces off as edible.
- 'Dark mail' debut will open door for Lavabit's return, says Ladar Levison
- Ladar Levison made headlines two years ago when he unexpectedly shut down the encrypted email service that he built from the ground up over a decade, after federal agents demanded he turn over his master encryption keys. The feds were likely after one ...
- Encrypted email service Lavabit rises from the dead to file brief in Apple's
- In August 2013, without warning, Lavabit founder Ladar Levison took to the company's homepage to explain that he had decided to shut down the service. He said that he was working on an appeal to the U.S.
- Police using newer technology to catch speeders
- "It's just better enforcement of traffic laws and the overall thing is to get people to slow down," Hines said of the technology, often referred to as LIDAR or LADAR. You've heard of the term "laser focused"?
- Before There Was Apple vs. the FBI, There Was Lavabit vs. the FBI
- Ladar Levison shut down his encrypted email service that he spent years of his life building after the FBI tried to force him to grant backdoor access to all communications on the network.
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