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There is absolutely no reason for anyone to refuse to hand over their passwords when the police ask for them.
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Good job, officer.
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You've been selected for a random online search. Please provide your login details for all websites of which you have an account for.
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I don't remember them though stress gives me headaches and diarrhea
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>>68015213
Wonderful blogpost, CIA nigger.
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>>68015213
It's simple - don't get yourself in the situation where this might happen.
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I have the right to privacy and I have no legal obligation to self incriminate if I were to ever commit a crime. Turning over my passwords for no good reason would presume guilt which isn't indicative of a liberal society.
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>>68015274
>Turning over my passwords for no good reason would presume guilt

If you've done nothing wrong, you've got nothing to hide.
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>>68015314
If I have nothing to hide why would they need to search me and my devices?
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>>68015329
Suspicion that you might. That's a good as reason as any.
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>>68015329
Checkmate bootlickers
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>>68015369
So they're presuming guilt? Sounds very authoritarian to me. Invasion of privacy for a chance of finding dirt on people is not a society I'd like to live in.
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>>68015412
>Invasion of privacy for a chance of finding dirt on people is not a society I'd like to live in
So you do admit you have something to hide?
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>>68015412
>Invasion of privacy for a chance of finding dirt on people is not a society I'd like to live in.

How about if they rewarded people with monetary incentives?
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>>68015213
What do if you legitimately forget your password?
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>>68015438
No, I'm arguing that a presumption of guilt is illiberal and indicative of authoritarian governments.
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>>68015314
t. E Snowden
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>>68015480
Either give us you password voluntarily or we'll have to extract it manually.
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>>68015463
Reward who? The one being invaded upon? Whoever gives up their rights for convenience, safety or monetary gain doesn't deserve them. I realize the hypocrisy with using recaptcha on 4chan though.
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>>68015556
No, no.

Suspect your neighbor? Report them for 100cashbux.
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Unrelated but how bad is it actually using the same password for everything or variations of it?
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>>68015556
>I realize the hypocrisy with using recaptcha on 4chan though.
Newfag here, give me a quick rundown on this, Anon.
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>>68015565
Then they'd be bootlickers and be treated as such. If they're ready to violate others rights they are just as authorative as the government
>>68015574
4chan uses recaptcha which is a Google service that collects data on you(and trains ai) for the convenience of bot protection.
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>>68015565
>have black neighbor
>feel inferior to him
>report him to cops for """"""selling drugs to local kids""""""
>cops show up
>cops decide they are in fear for their lives
>cops shoot black neighbor dead
>profit

Who needs 100cashbux for doing your civic duty?
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>>68015571
I highly doubt a hacker with thousands of passwords is going to manually try variations on them, they will just try the password on different sites and see what works. There would only really be an issue if somebody was targeting you specifically and had more than one password to work out the pattern.
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>>68015649
>and trains ai
Oh wait, that data grab for Duolingo? Does that get your IP aswell?
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>>68015691
Not sure about Duolingo, but whatever free service you use will most likely be selling your data. Your IP address is often times not enough identifying data though, and has to by law be stored on all US sites.
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>>68015213
There is absolutely no reason for you to refuse to let me watch you fuck your daughter when I ask.
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>>68015962
>comparing people's safety to your sick fantasies
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>>68015213
>There is absolutely no reason for anyone to refuse to hand over their passwords when the police ask for them.
What kind of underdeveloped shit hole needs to have your passwords?
They already know what the fuck i do here, whether i like it or not.
And i dont mind, since it seems to be working well so far for them.
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>>68016003
>What kind of underdeveloped shit hole needs to have your passwords?

The UK?
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>>68016077
>The UK?
That heavily surveillanced shithole needs to have your password to know what you're doing, my ass.
Wait actually now that I think about most country's suck ass at surveillance. They actually might need it.
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>Have Skype
>Set settings to manual file transfer
>Be in large group of 50-100 people
>Go to sleep
>Someone sends CP to the group
>Wake up hours later
>CP file transfer lost in hundreds of messages
>Have no idea anything even happened
>Years later computer confiscated
>"You have nothing to fear..."
>Skype actually saves thumbnails of every image of every file transfer locally automatically regardless of whether or not you choose to accept the file
>Get thrown into Guantanamo
>Lose any chance of normal life if ever get out of jail
Thanks, Skype.
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I have porn of my GF encrypted.

How is that not a valid reason?
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>>68016197
this happened to someone i know


or they're just a sick fuck
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>>68016265
t. underage gf.
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>>68015565
literally eastern europe 35 years ago
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>be password
>anon made me long and hard as i should be
>friendly policeman asks for me
>but mr officer, you would never make me fuck anon up his arse, will you?
>oh i would never little key! now hop in
>o-ok
>meet other passwords at fbi silo
>some are long and hard like me, some are stout, some are short and easy, some are twisted strange characters
>some, like me, are used to keep his money, some are keys to mail systems, most are innocent, but some whisper strange things about cheeze pizza and broken daisies
>one day a cop comes to the silo, a strange officer with a funny nose
>do come with me dears, we have to share you with my good friend agent pierre
>get sent across the sea to a strange new silo that smells of frogs
>international law tells new host to hand me over to iran "to help look for daesh"
>iran sends me to north korea alongside missile manuals
>mr kim's friend mr guk puts me on and i cry as he uses me to open up anon's bank account and fuck it dry
>as mr guk pulls out satisfied, i see anon's weeping face
>b-but i had nothing to hide
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Knowing the type of cucks living in the UK, they probably have to have a password making license.
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>>68016403
>when you start to believe the memes
whew lad
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>>68015213
Are bongs going to ask for my password when I go to london for a conference at the end of the month?
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>be bong living in the uk
>password disclosure is required or face jail time
>realize there's nothing stopping police adding a bios password to sized equipment and then jailing you for refusing to disclose it
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>>68015213
Wowo nicu tri obscrurity department of defense
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>>68016672
>password disclosure is required or face jail time
Only if you're a suspect in a murder case. Average Bong can just tell then to get a warrant or fuck off.
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>>68016817
>The Regulation of Investigatory Powers Act 2000 (RIPA), Part III, activated by ministerial order in October 2007,[26] requires persons to decrypt information and/or supply keys to government representatives to decrypt information without a court order. Failure to disclose carries a maximum penalty of two years in jail, or five years in the cases of national security or child indecency. The provision was first used against animal rights activists in November 2007,[27] and at least three people have been prosecuted and convicted for refusing to surrender their encryption keys

>animal rights

Missing the murder aspect in there....
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>>68015213
You're right. There is a script for Windows based machines that will setup two different password logins for the user account. If the 2nd password is logged in it will load into a default limited account and subsequently delete the other account and all it's contents. All that will remain is the default administrative account and a default limited account.
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>>68015438
>So you do admit you have something to hide?

Since we are all so open, let`s make public all records of police, alphabet agencies and politicians, I want to see that they are making well use of public money. I want to see their private emails, records, investments, properties, etc.
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>>68015213
t.glow-in-the-dark
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>>68016910
>at least three people have been prosecuted and convicted for refusing to surrender their encryption keys
You're right, Anon. It's rampant disregard for civil liberties. A whole 3 (that's "three") people have been jailed since 2007

>Missing the murder aspect in there....
Fair enough, but my point was that it can't (and isn't) just used on a whim. They don't need to, they have exploited a loophole in outdated privacy protection legislation where they can just data rape your phone without a warrant and collect all your passwords, and more, without any repercussions at all.
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>>68015369
>Suspicion that you might. That's a good as reason as any.
if you suspect the moon is a piece of cheese then that's your problem

law enforcement seems to operate under the assumption that if they blanket search everyone then something will turn up, and perhaps it will 1% of the time. That's not a good reason to go fishing
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>>68017077
Four now. One got jailed recently for refusing to surrender his Facebook password.
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>>68015565
>fall ill
>cant mow lawn
>HOA busybodies nextdoor decide an unkept lawn is an indicative of a morally bankrup psyche.
>call the popo on you for terrorism, hate speech and child porn.
>25 armed dudes kick the door open at 12 am
>you try to grab your shotgun out of instict
>Brutus Jr. dumps the whole mag on your chest because he saw a gun
Sounds like a great way to get v& by your ex, too.
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>>68017086
>law enforcement seems to operate under the assumption that if they blanket search everyone then something will turn up, and perhaps it will 1% of the time. That's not a good reason to go fishing
This, a thousand time, this. There is no freedom if this is how we are treated.
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>>68017090
Four? FOUR? That does it, that changes everything.
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>>68015213
I shall protect the phone numbers of people I have in my phone until the day I die.

My privacy is still my concern. I know two cops, each dumber than the other. One drove a colleague to suicide and has the parting letter, the other is dumb as a bunch of rocks.
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>>68016693
No climbing my damn fence, you department of defense
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>>68017090
>knowing your password
Fucking pleb.
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>>68017110
LOL, I fully expect getting arrested in the next few years for refusing my passwords.
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Those who are willing to sacrifice liberty for security deserve wedgies.
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>>68017616
>I know two cops, each dumber than the other
Uncaught RangeError: Maximum call stack size exceeded
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Imagine telling the cops you were a footfag or a trap enthusiast. Not life-ending like CP but the indignity is still there.
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>>68015238
4chan
username: moot
password: faggot
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>>68016373
>broken daisies
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>>68015213
America is founded on the principle of not trusting the government, so that’s not American, and things that aren’t American don’t matter.
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>>68015369
>Suspicion that you might.
I'll hand them over when they hand over a court order.
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>Target rando
>Show them account they have nothing to do with
>”Unlock it or you’re coming with me”

There would be no easier way to disappear an undesirable
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>>68015213
unironically this, unless they want the pass for my cheese hdd
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>>68015986
We have to make sure your daughter has safe sex anon.
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New Zealand recently passed a law that makes it a requirement to hand over your phone data and passwords when you enter the country, I'm pretty sure. What a time to be alive
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Here in the Netherlands you have no legal reason to give them.
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>>68015213
What if they "forgot" it? ;^)
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If they don't have enough evidence for charges against you without your data, then they have no right to demand you turn your data over to them.
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>not leaving your hard drive at home when crossing borders
>not just booting from a usb stick while on vacation
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>>68015213
In Brazil you give It or you get killed.





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