Sam Bankman-Fried’s (SBF) attorney Mark Cohen said an agreement had been reached with prosecutors to allow the arrested FTX founder to use some messaging applications — excluding Signal.
U.S. prosecutors had motioned the court to impose a communication ban against SBF. The prosecutor claimed that the FTX founder secretly contacted employees of his FTX and Alameda empire to influence their testimony.
As a result, U.S. District Judge Lewis Kaplan imposed a communications ban against SBF on Feb. 1. The ban restricted him from using encrypted and self-deleting messaging apps like Signal.
However, SBF’s counsel and the U.S. prosecutors have agreed to review the terms of the bail condition, according to a letter signed by attorney Mark Cohen.
The parties have asked the court to …