Kerr’s latest post considers 2 recent federal district court decisions on this subject. One raises the question of whether, under the 5th Amendment, the government may compel a suspect to enter a passcode to unlock his device. The other considers whether the government may use a passcode obtained from a suspect in violation of Miranda to unlock his phone. Read the full post here.
Orin Kerr on law enforcement’s efforts to unlock encrypted phones
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