Re: And in the UK...
Clearly you have not read the links you, erm, linked. And I'm assuming Kit Fox by your return to reply to this 3 old day topic, that you are the initial Anonymous Coward. Well done on fessing up.
Anyway back to my point. I refer you to the contents of your second link:-
Section 53 Failure to comply with a notice.
3 For the purposes of this section a person shall be taken to have shown that he was not in possession of a key to protected information at a particular time if—
(b)the contrary is not proved beyond a reasonable doubt.
So, I'll reiterate again. Stop perpetuating a myth. Resonable doubt has to be demonstrated to a jury, and accepted by them. It was this way before (as demonstrated by your own link), it is this way now (as demonstrated by my referring to an ACTUAL case).