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Associate Director of Surveillance and Cybersecurity | Center for Internet and Society at Stanford Law School
Compelled Device Decryption and the Fifth Amendment
You can unlock your smartphone with a passcode, your finger, even your face. When the police demand you decrypt your phone or other device for them, can you successfully invoke your Fifth Amendment right against self-incrimination? Well, it depends. Given by an attorney who researches surveillance and cybersecurity issues at the Law School's Center for Internet and Society, this talk quickly walks through the when, where, why, and how of compelled decryption and the Fifth Amendment under current case law, then ends with some practical takeaways.
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