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> Honest question here: From a legal standpoint how can the" prosecution already knows [the harddisk] to contain incriminating data" if the drive is encrypted?

In many cases they can have intercepts, or bugs (cameras), but they are often not enough to form a water-tight case. They can therefore "know" you have incriminating data on your drive (or at least they will argue that point).




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