It's time for PGP to die.
martin-gnupg-users at dkyb.de
Tue Aug 19 21:33:31 CEST 2014
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Am 19.08.2014 um 21:16 schrieb MFPA:
> On Monday 18 August 2014 at 8:21:06 PM, in
> <mid:53F25222.1040109 at sixdemonbag.org>, Robert J. Hansen wrote:
>> No, the Fourth Amendment protects all people within U.S. borders
>> equally. Americans get no special protections over visitors to
>> the country.
> Do people at a border crossing point count as being "within" the
As far as I know, at (international) airports the answer is "no".
There is a zone (that can be extended at will*), where you are
basically in no mans land.
I think that relates to the word "transit zone"
A search for "airport transit zone" might get you some better information.
* see also Snowden and his whereabouts during the phase were he
applied for asylum
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