U.S., Laptop Owner Battle Over Encryption Program

The government wants a man arrested at the U.S.-Canadian border to give up the password to his laptop, but doing so could violate his Fifth Amendment right against self-incrimination by revealing the contents of the files. Experts say the case could have broad computer privacy implications for people who cross borders with computers, PDAs and other devices that are subject to inspection.

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