Lavabit Suit As a Precedent?

“The government’s citation of the Lavabit case, and their description of its outcome, is disturbingly disingenuous,” Levison wrote on Facebook. “The language used [in the footnote] is incredibly misleading, as it insinuates a precedent unsupported by the appellate court’s ruling…. This verbiage suggests the seizure of third party encryption keys was found lawful by the appellate court, which is wholly unsupported by the appellate court’s opinion.”

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