Re: Oh deary, deary me, rtli-
"fallacies in your arguments"
No, I stand by everything I said. I don't believe the Fifth Amendment has any place in that ruling, and I don't have any issue with making withholding a crypto password a criminal offence. The only problem I have is with transfer of the burden of proof. But if you have encrypted the hard disk on your computer and you fail to hand over the password, despite a warrant, you are deliberately blocking the police from accessing evidence, and you deserve a sentence irrespective of whether you were even a suspect in the case.
Blocking the gathering of evidence wastes time and police resources, and that impacts society negatively. This is precisely why we have laws: to protect society from individuals who believe they are more important than other people.
(I'm talking about you there, by the way.)