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ACLU Sues Govt. To Stop Laptop and Cellphone Searches at Border Without Suspicion of Wrongdoing

laptopBy Allan Lengel
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The ACLU is fighting a practice by federal authorities, who routinely search laptops and cells phones at border crossings.

The New York Daily News reports that the ACLU on Tuesday filed a lawsuit in Brooklyn federal court challenging the policy.

The lawsuit contends that the U.S. Department of Homeland Security routinely conducts the searches without suspicion of wrongdoing, and sometimes transfers data out of the devices,  the Daily News reported.

“Innocent Americans should not be made to feel like the personal information they store on their laptops and cell phones is vulnerable to searches by government officials any time they travel out of the country,” said Catherine Crump of the American Civil Liberties Union, according to the Daily News.

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