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Submission + - Welcome to the U.S.: Discriminated, detained, searched, interrogated (zdnet.com)

An anonymous reader writes: America may be the land of the free, but upon arrival millions of visitors cross a legal purgatory at the U.S. border. It is an international legal phenomenon that is left much to the discretion of host countries. In some cases, this space between offers travelers far fewer rights than some of the least democratic and free countries on Earth. Limited access to legal counsel, unwarranted searches, and questionable rights to free speech to name a few. One of the more controversial — and yet still legally a contested grey area — are the rights travelers have in regards to electronics and device searches.
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Welcome to the U.S.: Discriminated, detained, searched, interrogated

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