Guess that means that encryption software in the US is totally useless if you can't keep info from the government's eyes, or in this case, censors.
I don't know the specifics of that case, but throughout modern US history whenever the government couldn't make its case otherwise, it always appealed to screaming CHILD PORN or TERRORISM, two universally despised threats to public safety. I recall a case only last year where a suspect successfully wiped his drive clean before the cops burst through the door. He was convicted of possessing child porn based on that act alone. The whole point of the 4th Amendment is an individual's answer to the [government's] question of: If you didn't have anything to hide, you wouldn't have hidden it.
By that logic, even passwords can presume guilt for any charge!