No Suspicion Needed to Search Laptop at Border Or Airport

In a ruling that's likely to come as a disappointment for privacy rights advocates, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit this week held that customs officers need no reasonable suspicion to search through the contents of any individual's laptop at the country's borders.

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One thought on “No Suspicion Needed to Search Laptop at Border Or Airport

  1. Lori Reed

    Well they called the bomb squad on me for flip chart markers. Makes you wonder where our priorities are.

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