Lavabit’s appeal: We’re actually not required to wiretap our own users | Ars Technica

400,000 users are entitled to their 4th Amendment protections.

The government has suggested that it’s entitled to get Lavabit’s private keys for three reasons: the Pen Register Statute, the Stored Communications Act, and a grand jury subpoena. Lavabit attacks all three of those in its appeal.

Lavabit’s appeal: We’re actually not required to wiretap our own users | Ars Technica.

 

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