Docket for Unsealed Lavabit Filings


lavabitThe Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals recently unsealed the documents in the FBI action against Lavabit, Inc – Edward Snowden’s email provider. In July of 2013, the FBI sought a search warrant in the Eastern District of Virginia. Rather than turn over the encryption key that would allow the government to read the emails that Snowden sent, and risking exposure for other clients of the service, Lavabit closed its operations. You can read about the case at Wired and Techdirt. We found the (unsealed) docket and have it featured here, with all of the filings.

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  1. Blawg Review #325.3 » Defending People says:

    […] Alive and kick­ing, with gen­eral legal news, from Cal­i­for­nia To Pri­va­tize Court Dock­et­ing Sys­tems to Mis­souri Supreme Court Denies Sur­vivor Ben­e­fits to Same-Sex Part­ner of Deceased High­way Patrol Offi­cer to Docket for Unsealed Lavabit Fil­ings. […]