Court Rules TrueCrypt User Cannot Be Compelled To Decrypt Hard DiskChris | InformationLiberation
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While one corrupt American court just ruled a woman can be forced to testify against herself and made to decrypt her hard drive, another one rightly just ruled the opposite.
From Wall Street Journal:
According to court documents, the man's hard drives were encrypted with a program called "TrueCrypt." As a result, the Justice Department couldn't find any files and couldn't prove that any existed on hidden portions of the drives.Here's the ruling in full [PDF]
Huge discussion here on Reddit.