Courts have been ruling one way or another in the past few years about whether someone accused of encrypting incriminating information needs to reveal the encryption key to law enforcement. Now we actually have a case where the judge reversed himself.
There's a new arms race, which all started a week ago when Yahoo! announced that users of its Flickr online photo-sharing service would get 1 terabyte of storage each, free.
The mind reels.
It isn't the first time that the Apple-Samsung case has come up in an electronic discovery context, but in the bravo-for-life's-little-ironies department, Google was...
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