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Re: De-Branding of Icedove, reintroducing Thunderbird packages into Debian

Emilio Pozuelo Monfort <pochu@debian.org> writes:

> On 16/02/17 20:14, Adam Borowski wrote:
>> Following good general practice and having the disk encrypted is of no
>> help as they force you to enter your password, often with multi-year jail
>> time (UK) if you fail to comply.
> Link?

I think he's talking about RIPA, in which case:


  Section 5A:   up to 5 years for national security cases (which is pretty much
  anything these days it seems) or 2 years max otherwise.

The "tipping-off" stuff is lovely too:


I guess one might end up needing a lawyer to know if revoking one's
compromised keys is something that will also get you a 5 year sabbatical.

Cheers, Phil.
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