It appears that Edward Snowden’s e-mail provider, Lavabit, has decided to shut down instead of continuing to operate on the government’s terms. Chris Christie, governor of New Jersey and the current GOP frontrunner in 2016 according to recent polls, just signed into law 10 pieces of gun control legislation. And much more! (See program notes, below, for stories we plan to discuss.)
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Washington Post: Snowden’s e-mail provider is closing, cannot legally say why
New York Times: Two Providers of Secure E-mail Shut Down
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Apple’s Tim Cook, tech executives meet with Barack Obama to talk surveillance
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Cato Makes Dick Durbin’s Enemies List
Chris Christie Signs 10 Gun Bills into Law
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