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How to keep your data secure when you travel with your Mac, iPad, and iPhone

Summer is here, and that means vacation travel is up. At U.S. borders, customs officers may ask for your passwords to unlock your devices, or provide access to online accounts, especially social media.

According to many experts, you can refuse, but your devices could be seized and retained for an..


Reported by Macworld • Monday, June 19, 2017

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