The problematic digital frisking legislation, known as Bill S-7, has finally been fixed to remove the problem clause.
After it was declared unconstitutional, the Canadian government is trying to revive digital frisking via Bill S-7.
A US federal court has ruled on the hugely controversial practice of border security searching people’s laptops and cell phones. It calls the practice unconstitutional.
It may have been little more then an intimidating demand from businesses at ACTA negotiations, but now the Department of Homeland Security is saying that
Does border security have a right to search your iPod, laptop or USB sticks? This has increasingly become a central question and some, like the