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+ - Encryption Keys for Kim Dotcom's data Can't Be Given to FBI, court rules->

Submitted by the simurgh
the simurgh (1327825) writes "as many who follow the Dotcom saga knows in 2012, New Zealand police seized encrypted computer drives belonging to Kim Dotcom, copies of which were illegally passed to the FBI. fast-forward to 2014, Dotcom wants access to the seized but encrypted content. A New Zealand judge has now ruled that even if the Megaupload founder supplies the passwords, the encryption keys cannot be forwarded to the FBI."
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Encryption Keys for Kim Dotcom's data Can't Be Given to FBI, court rules

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