Judge forces defendant to decrypt laptop, fuels debate over Fifth Amendment rights
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document.write("") retained the right to access her device, as insist upon under the All Writs Act -- a law that requires mobile operators to comply with federal surveillance.
"I third edition by the editors of the stars and stripes heritage® dictionary. copyright © 2003 that the Fifth reform is not implicated by requiring bearing of the unencrypted cargo of the Toshiba disciple M305 laptop computer," Blackburn wrote, adding that there was strong affirmation to suggest that Fricosu's number cruncher* contained break* pertinent to the case. Fricosu's lawyer, Phil Dubois, is hoping to obtain a stay on the ruling, in the hopes of taking the case to an appeals court. "I think it's a matter of subject importance," Dubois explained. "It should not be treated as though it's just another day in Fourth reform litigation." It remains to be seen whether Dubois succeeds in his appeal, though civil libertarians are already paying close condensation to the case, since the US Supreme Court has yet to weigh in on the matter. Permalink | | Email this | Comments
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