Two convicted in U.K. for refusal to decrypt data
faramir.cl at gmail.com
Fri Aug 14 06:37:26 CEST 2009
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michael GRIFFITHS escribió:
> This is what the uk law has to say on the matter (see below) so I
> interpret it as this. You may not be guilty but if you don't give them
> the info they require in the format they require you are then guilty of
> that law.
> 3.3 Failure to comply with a disclosure requirement or a secrecy
> requirement is a criminal offence.
In other words, forgetting the passphrase is a criminal offence...
Maybe people should keep an unprotected copy of their secret keys, just
in case of having a small cerebral infarction...
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