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Daily Dashboard | Border check methods have privacy advocates concerned Related reading: Global 500 companies to spend $7.8B on GDPR compliance

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While the U.S. borders have long been considered a constitutional "gray area," privacy advocates and some in Congress are concerned that more aggressive stances bolstered by the Trump administration could lead to increasingly egregious privacy violations for travelers and immigrants, CNN reports. Instances of travelers stopped for lengthy secondary security checks, coupled with comments from some officials like Homeland Security Secretary John Kelly acknowledging that the administration wants to ask for social media passwords as part of visa applications, have increased concern, the report states. "There's been bad cases in terms of the scope of privacy rights," said the American Civil Liberties Union's Mitra Ebadolahi.
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