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Lavabit Secure Email is Back
There are not many good email services for us "common" people that offer real security. Protonmail is one of them, but Edward Snowden chose Lavabit for a reason. It's been down for a while, but is coming back and previous user information will be available. Users will be able to migrate their accounts to the new DIME standard for encryption. If you love privacy, this is not a bad thing at all.
Today, we start a new freedom journey and inaugurate the next-generation of email privacy and security. In 2014, with Kickstarter funding, I started the development of the Dark Internet Mail Environment (DIME), a revolutionary end-to-end encrypted global standard and Magma, its associated DIME capable free and open source mail server.