It's time for PGP to die.

Robert J. Hansen rjh at
Mon Aug 18 21:03:39 CEST 2014

> The article also mentions the issue of inspections at border crossings
> which are not criminal investigations.

A U.S. appellate court recently ruled that inspections of laptop
contents at border crossings violated the Fourth Amendment.  It's
currently being appealed, but so far the tea leaves are the Supreme
Court won't touch it and will instead simply let the appellate decision
stand.  Just FYI.  :)

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