Unfortunately, CBP has a right for extensive search if they have a reasonable suspicion of an…
Jane Doe, programmer

Again, I don’t see this as a strictly personal issue. As a privacy issue, which is public and political, I believe we owe it to ourselves and our children to take a stand as a group of concerned individuals to end this particular governmental overreach, which can happen if we are publicly committed to it. It won’t be fun. It won’t be easy. It is possible, I hope. If it’s not possible, then I will likely end up in prison due to it or something like it, or end up a refugee from what is becoming a determinedly fascist political climate, but that’s the choice that makes sense to me.

Like all the issues we may have to deal with, it is a personal decision. As I said before, I’m not sure I have the courage, though I certainly have the stubbornness. Allowing and accommodating the search only makes the next totalitarian step more likely and more draconian.

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