Sources: Wired, Fox News
quote: I disagree, it is different, because a lock combination is protected under the 5th amendment, as ruled by the Supreme Court.
quote: , if someone gives up their encryption key, they are admitting "ownership" of the encrypted (and potentially illegal) contents. The admission then could be used against them.
quote: they can't prove there's another key.
quote: Except they can't. It will take decades to do so--far more than the statute of limitations might allow since this is not a capital crime.
quote: This really smacks of the government being lazy.