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Judge: Man can't be forced to divulge encryption passphrase

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Comment by Powell Gammill
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1. It is not uncommon that judges order defendants or suspects or persons of interest to reveal their passwords so law enforcement can get into encrypted drives, files and folders.

2. Despite CONstitutional protections at the federal and often the state level prohibiting a person being forced to testify against oneself.

3. Bet this will be appealed, and the US Court of Appeals reverses.

4. People have gone to prison for failing to obey a judge**Q**s unCONsitutional order to assist law enforcement with evidence against themselves.

5. I am quite certain torture will provide judicial relief in the future. Why bother a judge when a little physical persuasion can be utilized. Or perhaps to protect your Rights, a judge can order your torture--- after careful deliberations of course.

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