There's an excellent tick-tock of the Lavabit saga in the New Yorker, by Michael Phillips and Matt Buchanan. Lavabit founder Ladar Levison says he believes even if he hadn’t hosted an email account for Edward Snowden, "Lavabit would eventually have found itself in the position that it’s in now because it 'constitutes a gap' in the government’s intelligence." And that should worry all of us. Read: How Lavabit Melted Down : The New Yorker.

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