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New details in how the feds take laptops at border

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WASHINGTON (AP) — Newly disclosed U.S. government files provide an inside look at the Homeland Security Department's practice of seizing and searching electronic devices at the border without showing reasonable suspicion of a crime or getting a judge's approval. The documents published Monday describe the case of David House, a young computer programmer in Boston who had befriended Army...