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Comment Re:Contempt of the court... (Score 3, Interesting) 522

No, but you can set your encryption to scramble the key if there are (X) false attempts. Or even to scramble if a certain password is entered instead of the real one. And, if you used reasonably secure encryption, once that is done, its toast. I cannot ever be decrypted with today's technology. And likely can never be decrypted, ever.

judge won't like it. Prosecution won't like it. But it is easy to prove that this is a fact.

Comment Re:Batteries from Nevada to Australia? (Score 1) 274

All of the jokes aside, he could easily contract a ship for the journey. It takes about 30 days to make by freighter from Long Beach port to Sydney. looking at similar battery solutions, it is small enough to fit in a large cargo plane, and be there in a few days if need be.
The liION restrictions you speak of appear to be the US ones on mailing them. trucks can still carry them and ships leaving the country can carry them.

Comment Re:Yeah (Score 5, Informative) 398

complete and utter bullshit. The US has one of the lowest effective corporate tax rates in the world. They are sitting on it overseas because they want to pay NO taxes at all. And they don't like it because they wiggled out from under the taxes in such a way that the money is stick in their tax havens, unable to be used.

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