David House, who had his electronic devices seized when entering the country, successfully pushed to get the government to release information about its warrantless searches.
September 10, 2013 Documents released this week show how U.S. border agents can seize laptops, cameras, cellphones and other digital devices, then download data before returning them. The practice raises questions about invasions of privacy and civil liberties.
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