CBP, Electronic Devices, and Privacy at Ports of Entry - Recording (.MP3)
Stories of problems at ports of entry (POEs) have increased significantly since the election, particularly in the aftermath of the recent travel bans. Our panelists will discuss changes—both official and unofficial—at POEs since the election. They also will consider what rights travelers have to privacy, CBP’s authority to search passengers’ electronic devices, and best practices for advising clients. Finally, the panelists will discuss how the travel bans have affected business travelers, and whether circumstances differ at land POEs versus airports.
- Does CBP Have Authority to Search Electronic Devices Without a Warrant?
- Can U.S. Citizens and LPRs Be Denied Entry If They Refuse to Supply PIN Numbers and Passwords?
- Right to Counsel: USCs, LPRs, and Everyone Else
- Are There Options to Protect Devices from Being Searched?
- Current Expectations at POEs: What Are AILA Members Hearing?
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