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Suspicionless searches of phones at US points of entry are ruled unconstitutional
A federal court in Boston ruled in favor of 11 defendants whose personal electronic devices were searched at US ports of entry. Host Marco Werman speaks with staff attorney Nathan Freed Wessler of the ACLU, which brought the case.