Snail mail the device

Don’t want to have your device seized when you cross the border? Why not just stick it in the mail? True: there are no privacy protections afforded to data sent by post. But you can avoid awkward confrontations with border agents if you mailed it and you won’t be questioned about your devices or prodded for passphrases to decrypt them.


Don’t want to have your device seized when you cross the border? Why not just stick it in the mail? True: there are no privacy protections afforded to data sent by post. But you can avoid awkward confrontations with border agents if you mailed it and you won’t be questioned about your devices or prodded for passphrases to decrypt them.


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