CBSA Admits 27,405 Searches

The Canada Border Services Agency yesterday said in a two-year period it searched more than 27,000 travelers’ cellphones and iPads, the highest figure disclosed to date. MPs have sought greater privacy protection from random searches of personal data: “It’s basically your life history and all your records.”

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