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Federal court rules against warrantless searches of phones, laptops

Federal court in Boston rules warrantless government searches of travelers’ phones, laptops at airports and other U.S. ports of entry violate the Fourth Amendment

A federal court today rules warrantless searches of phones and laptops at U.S. borders violates the Fourth Amendment, following a ACLU and EFF lawsuit.

Warrantless searches of travelers’ phones, laptops is unconstitutional, federal court rules

Federal court rules warrantless searches of international travelers' electronics are unconstitutional via CNBC #news  #CNBC 

BOSTON (AP) - Federal court rules warrantless searches of international travelers' electronics at airports are unconstitutional.

Federal court rules warrantless searches of international travelers' electronics at airports are unconstitutional. @AP 

Federal court rules warrantless searches of international travelers' electronics at airports are unconstitutional.

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Federal court rules warrantless searches of international travelers' electronics at airports are unconstitutional.

BOSTON (AP) -- Federal court rules warrantless searches of international travelers' electronics at airports are unconstitutional.

BOSTON - Federal court rules warrantless searches of international travelers' electronics at airports are unconstitutional. - @AP 

BOSTON (AP) — Federal court rules warrantless searches of international travelers' electronics at airports are unconstitutional.

BOSTON (AP) — Federal court rules warrantless searches of international travelers' electronics at #US  airports are unconstitutional.

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