Regina v S(F) and A(S) – Times Law Reports

Posted October 15th, 2008 in encryption, law reports, self-incrimination by sally

Regina v S(F) and A(S)

Court of Appeal

“The key or password which provided access to an encrypted computer file was a fact. It did not constitute an admission of guilt. But knowledge of the key might be incriminating if the data contained incriminating material.”

The Times, 15th October 2008


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