you don’t have either of these rights at the border.
I’ll never bring my phone on an international flight again. Neither should you.
Quincy Larson

This is false, or at the very least questionable, according to the very article you linked:

As we discussed in our Saboonchi brief, there is serious doubt as to whether searches generally of cell phones and similar digital devices meaningfully advance the narrow purposes of the border search exception so as to justify the categorical rule that no warrant or suspicion is required to search the data on digital devices, especially in light of the significant privacy interests at stake.
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