When Sebastien Boucher stopped at the U.S.-Canadian border, agents who inspected his laptop said they found files containing CP. But when they tried to examine the images after his arrest, authorities were stymied by a password-protected encryption program. Now Boucher is caught in a cyber-age quandary: The government wants him to give up the password, but doing so could violate his Fifth Amendment right against self-incrimination by revealing the contents of the files….
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