Different actions on different passwords?
Bruno Wolff III
bruno at wolff.to
Tue Dec 31 05:03:49 UTC 2013
On Tue, Dec 31, 2013 at 01:26:22 +0000,
Bill Oliver <vendor at billoblog.com> wrote:
>Yeah, but poc was right in that if you have an image of the disk, you will know that there's an encrypted partition there, and you can get a court order to force the password. Since you have no fourth amamendment rights upon entry to the country at the moment, the government does not need a warrant to seize your laptop and/or make an image of it to play with at one's leisure. Of course, even having a good password is no guarantee any more.
In the US you probably can't be ordered to provide your password. If you
are transiting the border it is probably best not to take sensitive data
with you. It will normally be safer to use the internet to transfer the
data after you have crossed the border.
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