An encrypted e-mail service, the former U.S. intelligence officials Edward Snowden said to have used for communication, has apparently forced under pressure from the U.S. authorities to close. The owner of the e-mail service Lavabit, Ladar Levison said on its website on Thursday that he had decided after much consideration to adjust its service. Either he repent "almost ten years of hard work," or he'll becomes accomplice "of crimes against the American people," Levison wrote.
Levison complains in his message that he could not disclose any details about the causes of the setting of Lavabit. "As things stand at the moment, I can not share my experience of the last six weeks, although I have twice made the necessary applications," Levinson wrote. The U.S. law allows the security services to companies undertake that they will not make the instructions given to them in public. Lavabit was started ten years ago in Texas as a service that enables secure communications via email.
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