Jun 042013
 June 4, 2013  Posted by  Court

Declan McCullagh reports:

Jeffrey Feldman has won a reprieve from a federal court order that had given him until today to decrypt his hard drives for the FBI — or face contempt of court.

A federal judge in Wisconsin today granted an emergency motion filed by Feldman’s attorney for additional time to establish that her client’s Fifth Amendment right to self-incrimination would be violated.

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