The DHS office of Civil Rights and Civil Liberties — a watchdog that’s supposed to keep the DHS in check — has concluded that it’s fine for the DHS to stop anyone within 100 miles of the US border, without any suspicion or warrant, and search all the data on all their devices. But they won’t say why:
A year ago today. Still on the books. And hey: Who was it that created the Department of Homeland Security?
Oh, that’s right. George W. Bush.