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"Friends don’t let friends get spied on.' – Richard Stallman, President of the Free Software Foundation and longtime advocate of privacy in technology.

US Border Officials are Increasingly Denying Entry to Travelers Over Others’ Social Media

You may be leading an innocent and legal life, even under U.S. laws. However, if your friends are involved in activities the U.S. immigration officials do not like, YOU may be denied entry to the country. This practice is undoubtedly illegal as it labels people as presumed guilty without benefit of any sort of trial or even an administrative hearing. Yet it is happening today.

Details may be found in a short article in the Slashdot web site at which then links to a longer and more detailed description of recent actions.

Categories: Legal Affairs

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