9to5Mac posted this roughly 7 hours ago: http://9to5mac.com/2014/02/28/south...one-to-apple-after-failing-to-crack-passcode/ While we have already had cases in the USA where precedent has been set on revealing or not revealing your passwords to have evidence you have used against you, in violation of your 5th Amendment right, the issue with relation to TouchID hasn't. While getting the court order isn't illegal, could either them forcing you (via that court order) to use your fingerprint on your iPhone 5s to get access to evidence they want to use against you be a violation of that 5th Amendment right? Furthermore, if they already have your print (from the booking process when you are processed), could using that print with TouchID to get access to your device and use evidence found on your device against you be a violation of that 5th Amendment right? If not to both questions, TouchID may work well for security, but may provide little assistance in maintaining certain rights granted by the US Constitution. Thoughts? BL.