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I can't believe we're still having the "this could be used for nefarious purposes therefore it's bad" argument

By this logic Google is illegal, as are libraries and frankly the internet services provided by Bell & Rogers too.

"According to court documents, the group stayed for 16 hours and the plaintiffs' lawyer and independent counsel interrogated Lackman for more than nine hours. He was given a break for dinner and to speak to his lawyer, who was present.

Lackman was "not permitted to refuse to answer questions" and his lawyer wasn't permitted to counsel him in his answers.

"Any time I would question the process, they would threaten me with contempt of court proceedings," says Lackman."

h/t to Twelve Thirty Six