DHS accused of holding U.S. citizen at airport, using emails to pry into her sex life
The Department of Homeland Security’s Customs and Border Protection is accused of detaining an Indiana woman at the airport without cause and then quizzing her about her sex life on knowledge the agents may have gained through the interception of private emails.
Christine Von Der Haar, a senior lecturer at the Department of Sociology at Indiana University, has teamed up with the American Civil Liberties Union and filed suit against the agency, saying it violated her constitutional rights against unreasonable search and seizures. […]
The suit charges the only way authorities could have known that information and been able to question the nature of [her] relationship was by reading emails stored on [her boyfriend’s] hard drive.
Even more concrete evidence that yes, the government will use the information it gets from spying on innocent people.
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