Re: Prosecutor cannot compel disclosure of encryption keys?



"Pubkeybreaker" <Robert_silverman@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in
news:1150465132.721790.258790@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx:

People can be forced to give hair samples, blood samples, DNA samples
etc. despite the 5th amendment. I am pointing out that (with care)
it would be
possible to thwart a court order to turn over crypto keys.


I have such confidence in the method that I'd be willing to bet your life
on it :-)

Regards,

.



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