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Encryption Privacy The Courts Your Rights Online

Defendant Ordered To Decrypt Laptop Claims She Had Forgotten Password 1009

Posted by Unknown Lamer
from the war-on-alzheimer's-patients dept.
wiedzmin writes "A Colorado woman that was ordered by a federal judge to decrypt her laptop hard-drive for police last month, appears to have forgotten her password. If she does not remember the password by month's end, as ordered, she could be held in contempt and jailed until she complies. It appears that bad memory is now a federal offense." The article clarifies that her lawyer stated she may have forgotten the password; they haven't offered that as a defense in court yet.
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Defendant Ordered To Decrypt Laptop Claims She Had Forgotten Password

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