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Well, not everyone. There are still situations in which the decryption would not be testimonial in nature and would thus not be privileged.

Or situations in which the data wouldn't incriminate the owner of the data but rather someone else, etc.

Still, handing over the data would require the government agreeing that they wouldn't mine the data to find a prosecution against you, which is likely what companies already do.

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