A yearslong debate over warrantless surveillance and Americans’ privacy rights faces a crucial test on Thursday in the House of Representatives.
Border agents say the electronic searches have stopped terrorism suspects and criminals, but privacy advocates call them an invasive violation of the Constitution.
The policy change, intended to bolster security, requires a hotel employee to enter every room daily. And Disney is not the only hotel to reassess the signs recently.
The Supreme Court will hear arguments next week about whether drivers not listed in rental car agreements give up their privacy rights.
Complaints filed by people whose electronics were searched at the border without warrants highlight a growing debate over privacy, security and technology.
Here are additional excerpts from complaints filed by people whose electronic devices were searched at the border, supplementing a companion article.