Originally Posted by TJJEEP
I'm not sure where I stand on this. The thing is, I feel different based on what the person is being accused of. What if it was a terrorist who had plans, communications, and evidence of other terrorists? What about someone accused of having child porn?
Is the terrorist going to give up his password so he can be prosecuted?
I don't like the idea of telling criminals that they can just encrypt their info, and never be prosecuted, but the 5th amendment is what it is.