Cellphone and Computer Searches at U.S. Border Rise Under Trump

Border agents say the electronic searches have stopped terrorism suspects and criminals, but privacy advocates call them an invasive violation of the Constitution.

Privacy Complaints Mount Over Phone Searches at U.S. Border Since 2011

Complaints filed by people whose electronics were searched at the border without warrants highlight a growing debate over privacy, security and technology.

How a Radio Shack Robbery Could Spur a New Era in Digital Privacy

The Supreme Court is set to hear a blockbuster clash on privacy rights in the electronic age. It started with stolen smartphones.

ICE Arrested a Man in Oregon Without a Warrant. Senators Want to Know Why.

People “do not lose their constitutional protection from warrantless search and seizure simply because ICE believes they may be immigrants,” lawmakers said.