Lucas nails it on the head. This is why the US – a fantastic, wonderful country – is now on my No Go list for at least four more years.
The United States Government has thrown a cat amongst the pigeons with its ramped up forced data exposure policies affecting travellers to their country.There are reportsthat increasing numbers of travellers are being forced to unlock and hand over their electronic devices to Border Control agents, who may then download an unencrypted clone of your device’s stored data to store and interrogate at will, potentially forever.
This practice is akin to forcing you to hand over all your email history, all your passwords to your cloud storage and social media accounts, all your phone’s stored location tracking data and call history, all your photos, your complete contact list (which can be used to build a profile of all your associations), and of course access to your finances if you have banking apps installed.
Now many of these things are available to law enforcement in the US anyway, but in…
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