ProtonMail's public launch is a shot across the bow at the American tech sector.
On Mar 17, 2016 by Patrick Howell O'Neill
Can the 13th Amendment protect Apple in its fight against the FBI?
On Mar 8, 2016 by J.M. Porup
Government pressure claims another victim.
On May 25, 2015 by Patrick Howell O'Neill
The court did not, however, deny it was funny.
On Apr 16, 2014 by Kevin Collier
For $2 or more, you can help the future of secure email. Bump that up to $1,000 and you get a polo, too.
On Nov 5, 2013 by Kevin Collier
Shuttered companies fight the NSA with new, ultra-secure email.
On Oct 31, 2013 by Dell Cameron
Act quickly. The window's already closing.
On Oct 15, 2013 by Kevin Collier
This summer, the U.S. government demanded the encryption keys for access to Lavabit, the private email service used by Edward Snowden. On Thursday, Lavabit filed its appeal.
On Oct 11, 2013 by Joe Kloc
The agency wanted to “tap” the metadata of certain email accounts. Given the timing, they were quite possibly after Snowden’s location.
On Oct 4, 2013 by Curt Hopkins
“In fact, the FBI agents even admitted their intention to collect passwords in transit so they could access emails protected by Lavabit’s encrypted storage feature."
On Oct 3, 2013 by Kevin Collier
Lavabit founder Ladar Levison is barred from discussing the order that shut down his company, but that won't stop him from appealing it.
On Sep 12, 2013 by Curt Hopkins
Are we hearing the death knells of email as a useable medium?
On Aug 12, 2013 by Chris R. Albon