Canadian Press. (2018). Can U.S. border guards search your phone? Yes, and here are some details on how.

“Agents can demand a password to open your phone, without probable cause, Nielsen confirmed during the hearing. However, Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) staff attorney Sophia Cope says the directive, which she calls confusing, also allows you to refuse to do so. That, of course, is not without its consequences she says in a statement to CBC News. Your device could be seized or detained. The border agent could delay your travel or even deny entry if you are not a U.S. citizen.” (¶ 9)

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Storti (1990). The Art of Crossing Cultures.

Storti, C. (1990). The Art of Crossing Cultures. Intercultural Press. [Book about culture shock, adjusting to other cultures, especially for expats in new surroundings.] [Type I incidents are behaviours that are alien to the expat; Type II incidents are the cultural missteps that the expat is making.] “… by withdrawing and isolating ourselves from the … Read more

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