U.S. Border

Here’s How U.S. Border Guards Can Search Your Cellphones

According to a CBC News report, U.S. Customs and Border Protection has issued a new directive that allows border agents to demand a password to open your cellphone, even without probable cause. The U.S. secretary of homeland security Kirstjen Nielsen detailed the new policy during a U.S. Senate hearing this week, explaining how customs agents will examine the phones of...