Actually, your strategy does depend on obscurity.
Bill St. Clair

I think they’re unlikely to demand that, and if they did, it would be so obviously illegal that I actually would be happy to be a legal scapegoat to test it in court.

CBP’s legal claim to have the right to search your phone is based on the fact that you’re crossing the border with your phone, and they can search whatever you bring with you across the border.

But they’ve never claimed the right to, say, search your home address because you came back from vacation.

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