[teknoids] Subject: Encrypted Material On A Computer - Powers Of Law Enforcement Officers To Compel Disclosure Of The Encryption Key Or Password

Glen McBeth glen.mcbeth at washburn.edu
Fri Apr 18 14:06:30 EDT 2008


Probably the case that inspired your interest, but here it is anyway.  
Just a news story, but it might lead to something.

http://ca.quote.com/news/story.action?id=AEF8020700000004nk

Ronald Huttner wrote:
> I am endeavoring to locate good resources, from any country at all, 
> relating to the powers of law enforcement officers, (if any), to 
> compel disclosure by a computer owner of the key or password required 
> to decrypt encrypted material on the owner's computer. All and any 
> help will be very gratefully received.
> Thanks in advance.
>
> Ron Huttner LL.B (Hons)
> (Retired) Barrister, Solicitor, Law Lecturer and Legal Researcher
> Melbourne
> Victoria
> Australia
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