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A few days ago, the Electronic Frontier Foundation posted "Digital Privacy at the U.S. Border: Protecting the Data On Your Devices and In the Cloud" which I recommend if you're concerned about this kind of issue. Here are a few specific tips for iPhone users (which is what I use, so sorry, no Android tips here) for protecting your device's data at the US border or when going through Customs. If you're an iPhone user and do not wish to have your phone searched (I assume on grounds of principle and not because you'd have anything that would actually incriminate you for something illegal), make certain you take a few precautions at any border crossing or going through Customs. Assuming you've bought your iPhone in the last three years, it is already encrypted. Thank you, Apple. However, your data is only as good as your Passcode. 1. A Passcode should be required anytime your iPhone is accessed. If yours is not set to to ask for the Passcode, go to Settings: Touch ID & Passcode: Require Passcode: Immediately. 2. Your Passcode should be a minimum of 6 characters, and last year "experts" were saying 11 characters was the ideal length (they're saying 12 or more now). Regardless of the length, it should not be something that would be easily guessed if someone knows you. If your Passcode is the year you were born, married, graduated, etc., change it now. Settings: Touch ID & Passcode: Change Passcode. 3. Your iPhone has a failed Passcode "self-destruct" feature that you may not know about. After 10 incorrect Passcode tries, it will erase all data--but you have to turn on this feature. To do so, go to Settings: Touch ID & Passcode: Erase Data. 4. If you use your fingerprint to unlock your iPhone, be certain to completely turn off/shut down your device before going through Customs or a border crossing. A shutdown requires a Passcode to be entered, so you can't be forced to use your fingerprint against your will. Always be polite and respectful, but realize that if you do not comply with requests, you may not get your iPhone back. Fingerprint image courtesy of R. Mansfield | Post a Comment | Share Article tagged Border Crossing, Customs, Security, iOS, iPhone in Politics, Technology Sunday Mar052017 Please Don't Make Me Go to the Shack Again! Sunday, March 5, 2017 at 11:13PM With the release of the movie version of William P. Young's badly written and heretical The Shack now playing in theaters, I thought I would offer a link to my review of the book that I wrote in 2009. No, I have not seen the movie, but I can't imagine that it could possibly salvage the original material. Here's a link to my review from 2009: "The Shack: A Review (sorry I couldn't think of a more clever title, because all the good ones have already been used)" R. Mansfield | Post a Comment | Share Article Sunday Dec112016 The Drone Debacle Sunday, December 11, 2016 at 6:32PM In case you haven't seen it on my FaceBook page, here is my drone debacle from a couple of weeks ago. Kathy got me a Sharper Image DX-4 Video Drone for my birthday in November. According to the instructions, the drone is supposed to initially hover about three or four feet in the air. Mine didn't do that, though. It took off and kept climbing higher. It was suppose... Whois

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