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+ - Fog clears around encrypted email provider Lavabit court documents->

Submitted by snowtigger
snowtigger (204757) writes "The New York Times reports that on Wednesday, a federal judge unsealed documents in the case (covered here), allowing the tech entrepreneur to speak candidly for the first time about his experiences. Among other things, a court order required provide the F.B.I. with “technical assistance,” which agents told him meant handing over the private encryption keys, technically called SSL certificates, that unlock communications for all users."
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Fog clears around encrypted email provider Lavabit court documents

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