Jul 072017
 July 7, 2017  Posted by  Featured News, Non-U.S., Surveillance

Jahanzaib Hassan reports:

Law enforcement authorities at airports in Israel and United States are known for asking for social media details of those visiting their countries. But it looks like New Zealand has been taking notes.

According to 1 News, New Zealand has been facing a new surge of security protocols where the customs at some of New Zealand’s airports forcefully ask incoming travelers to provide passwords to their digital devices as part of a security check.

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