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Americans Searched on a Hunch? DHS Reaffirms Broad Power

by Daniel Jackson, Activist Post:

The Department of Homeland Security has reaffirmed their belief that they have the power to conduct unwarranted electronic surveillance on American citizens returning to the country, based on nothing more than a hunch.

The data taken from electronic devices such as smartphones and laptops can then be copied and saved by Homeland Security.

Despite widespread outrage from civil liberties groups such as the ACLU, Homeland Security’s own internal study shows that they plan to continue the practice and are using scary words such as terrorism and child pornography to justify it.

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1 comment to Americans Searched on a Hunch? DHS Reaffirms Broad Power

  • Speros

    Cancel your google account
    Cancel your facebook account
    Cancel your linkedin account
    Cancel your twitter account
    Cancel your microsoft account
    Carry a dumb phone as a “throw down” and keep your smart phone in checked-in
    Use an external hard drive for your working files, with only Operating System and applications on the laptop. Keep the external drive in your checked-in luggage and ensure you have a full backup at home
    Carry one American Silver Eagle in your carry-on bag and when they question you about it tell them it’s none of their fucking business.

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