Fifth Amendment and Passwords

Fifth-Amendment-Password As a privacy advocate, Darren Chaker found forcing to disclose a password to bypass encryption often violates the Fifth Amendment, since compelling the Defendant to furnish his password would be testimonial, and thus would violate his rights against self-incrimination. There are...

Border Search of Computer by Darren Chaker

  Darren Chaker looks at the Fourth Amendment’s border search exception, permitting warrantless and suspicionless “routine” searches of belongings and persons at the U.S. border, should not apply to digital devices like Ms. Molina-Isidoro’s cell phone. All border searches of the data stored or accessible on...

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