These types of re-mailers offered multiple layers of obfuscation. This technique could be quite instructive to anyone seeking to take up where Lavabit left off. But next time with even better security.
It has now come to the point where one travels, or even sit in their home, one needs a lawyer or 3. Wanna fly into the US? Have have your lawyer meet you. A quick trip into mexico for a meal? Take your lawyer with you. Sit in your house and with the TV? It would be a good idea to have another chair for your lawyer.
Such priorities. Now the homeless can do Twitter and Facebook while urinating on the sidewalk. We now officially feel good 'cause we gave homeless people Internet when there's a whole host of other things that would be much more useful/helpful.
Seriously gullible people aren't they. I mean Ikonos and Hotbird are two LEO satellites that have civilian access (for a hefty price), and they don't hover the Med. And there's no way in hell civilians are going get access to any US spy sats (KH-11 or KH-12 series).
And yes I do remember when Reagan signed an executive order that classified a whole bunch of NTIA IRAC (National Telecommunications and Information Administration, Interdepartment Radio Advisory Committee) documents that had previously been easily accessible.
Once a person has sold their integrity to the darkside (patent trolling) it's not that easy to regain. So if person has had an honest change of heart... good luck. it's going to be a hard climb out of the much.
The ruling on the field stands. Team Pranda has been charged with their final timeout. There's 30 seconds remaining in the game and Pranda trails by a shitload of point. There goes the final whistle. Game over man, game over! And now for the post-game report from the teams new locker room. It has doors that go klink. A bit of advice guys.. don't drop the soap.
A person's credit score can change.. So does CableOne check each callers' score every time a customer calls. A customer might of had good credit when the account was opened, and poor credit later on... or the reverse.