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access_time July 29, 2013 at 1:00 PM in Culture by Charlie Grammer

Xbox One leaker reportedly refuses to decrypt his MacBook

SuperDaE charged with failure to comply to DAO.

SuperDaE charged with failure to comply to DAO.

SuperDaE, also known as Dylan Wheeler, the Aussie who was at the center of the alleged theft of the Xbox Durango Development Kit a while back, is now being accused oof refusing to comply with police orders to decrypt his MacBook.

Mr. Wheeler is refuting this claim, and has been sitting in his apartment for months, waiting for the results of the multi-jurisdictional investigation over his alleged ownership of the Xbox Durango console from Microsoft.

Now he’s being ormally charged by the Western Australian police for not complying with orders to decrypt his MacBook. They claim that when they siezed Mr. Wheeler’s laptop and ordered him to unlock it, he replied that he’d forgotten the password. They are also claiming that Mr. Wheeler refused to elaborate further on the password’s composition.

Mr. Wheeler claims that there was no such composition, and has posted the full DAO (Data Access Order) on his Twitter page, which can be seen below.

What are your thoughts on this situation?
Thanks, Kotaku.


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