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Coalition Letter Opposing ICE Extreme Vetting Initiative
Building America’s Trust Act would amp up privacy concerns at the border
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Baldwin’s apprenticeship bill
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Immigration Bill Would Ramp Up Mass Surviellance at the Border
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Coalition Letter to UN on Border Searches
Coalition Letter Opposing DHS Plan to Collect Social Media Identifiers from Visitors to the U.S.
Reporter’s Detention Fuels Debate Over Cellphone Searches
DHS Says Agent ‘Hunches’ Trump Citizens’ Rights In Searching Your Computer At The Border
For International Travelers, Reviving The Fourth Amendment
Amicus Brief in United States v. Cotterman (U.S. Court of Appeals for Ninth Circuit, supporting rehearing En banc)
Case is criminal prosecution based on evidence obtained from laptop seized at the border. TCP filed amicus brief urging Ninth Circuit to rehear case en banc. Brief argues that reasonable suspicion should be required for search of laptop at the border and that probable cause should be required for forensic search of laptop.
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