Then tell them they've been eaten by a grue.
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You'll get 2 to 5 years in chokey if you don't hand over your encryption keys when requested:
"Regulation of Investigatory Powers Act 2000 part III (RIPA 3) gives the UK power to authorities to compel the disclosure of encryption keys or decryption of encrypted data by way of a Section 49 Notice. A suspect instructed to disclose keys can be prevented from telling anyone else about it, outside of their legal representative. Refusal to comply can result in a maximum sentence of two years imprisonment, or five years in cases involving national security or child indecency."
> 64-bit models had 32-bit UEFI firmware, which makes it complicated to install 64-bit editions of Linux or Windows.
For those in this situation, this page is very useful:
(black MacBook 2,1 owner here)
Or the 32-bit version is, at least - I don't think there were many 64-bit netbooks. I used it for several years on my eeePC 701 4G.
"The Windows key doesn't open the start menu, but a left-click on the desktop does." - if it hasn't changed in the last few versions, pressing Windows key + space bar at the same time also works.