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Well, that's exactly the point of the case - if the defendant decrypts it, by that fact he proves he knew the password - meaning, he is the owner of the drive and had control over it. Giving by that to the police proof of both that the content was illegal and that he owned it. Unfortunately for them (but fortunately for the defendant) the court did not go their way.



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