Friday, December 13, 2013

Government Forces Email Service To Shut Down Because They Can’t Spy On Emails

When Info Wars reported that a British "counterpart and facilitator to the NSA," an email service provider to "shut down because it could not effectively spy on the encrypted emails people were sending," it aroused our curiosity...

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Apparently, their is a great deal of truth to the story and we're shocked that it's not being reported in the mainstream media.

CertiVox, the company that provides the service claims:

"It is the same in the USA with FISMA, and it is essentially a national security warrant. So in late 2012 we had the choice to make - either architect the world's most secure encryption system on the planet, so secure that CertiVox cannot see your data, or spend £500,000 building a backdoor into the system to mainline data to GCHQ so they can mainline it over to the NSA."

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Posted By: Chris Carmouche