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Bill S-7 would “weaponize the Customs Act”: Senator

News | 05/04/2022 4:06 pm EDT
Senator Paula Simons speaking to Senate on May 3, 2022./ photo via ParlVu

A Government bill in the Senate that seeks to codify the legal threshold for the search of digital devices at border crossings would “weaponize the Customs Act in fresh and unintended ways,” according to one Senator. 

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