Yet Another Privacy Service Has Shut Down to Avoid the Feds

Posted by djohnston on Oct 23, 2013 10:17 AM EDT
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Two of the country’s top secure email providers, Lavabit and Silent Circle, shuttered their doors shortly after Edward Snowden blew the lid off the NSA's domestic surveillance program. Now encryption services continue to drop like flies.

The latest is CryptoSeal Privacy, a VPN service that provides a secure and private way to use the internet. The company announced it's shutting down its consumer privacy product in order to avoid government attempts to access and monitor users’ encrypted communications.

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