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Originally posted by THE_PROFESSIONAL
reply to post by OccamsRazor04
Here is your problem, if someone gets a warrant, what are they looking for? Do they already have evidence? You can get a warrant for the key for the lock but not the combination.
“They must have used or found successful one of the passwords the co-defendant provided them,” Fricosu’s attorney, Philip Dubois, said in a telephone interview Wednesday.
Originally posted by scotsdavy1
Can she not just say that she forgot her password? I have so many passwords it is getting beyond a joke these days....
Originally posted by Xaphan
Edit: I forgot to mention, if law enforcement ever wants to look at your hard drive and you're pretty sure that they will get a warrant, just microwave it. I'm not even kidding. That will destroy every piece of data that it contains.edit on 21-5-2012 by Xaphan because: (no reason given)