Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: What the floorumdrick?
"Your assumption seems to be...your position has been consistently..."
No, that's just how you misinterpreted it. And when I explained that wasn't true (repeatedly), you didn't bother to go back and reevaluate what I had written before; you simply assumed I had changed my position, or was lying, and continued to claim that's what I said. Hence, "putting words in my mouth".
"The judge said that the police couldn't get a warrant for the man's encryption keys because they had no reasonable suspicion; as a result, they would be forcing a breach of the fifth amendment in the same way that they would by forcing him to speak to them."
And I think that's ridiculous. The upshot of the ruling makes sense, the ruling itself does not. Suppose you had strong evidence that the guy _was_ a paedo. Would it now no longer be against the Fifth to get him to testify? No! He has the right to remain silent no matter how much evidence you have against him, and it would be forcing a breach of the fifth whether or not they had a warrant.