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In an rare case of leniency for US Customs and Border Protection agents, a man was permitted entry into the United States using his scanned Canadian passport on his iPad.
If you frequent the American-Canadian border (or perhaps the American-Mexican border), you may want to make sure you're not carrying anything remotely suspicious on your digital devices - your laptop, your cell phone, your camera,...
According to AppleInsider, Apple launched its new Cross Border shipping program on Tuesday, allowing US citizens to purchase gift items for members of select countries. The purpose of this is to prevent having to get...
A US state is to enlist web users in its fight against illegal immigration by offering live surveillance footage of the Mexican border on the internet. The plan will allow web users worldwide to watch...
This week the team discusses the Webby Award nominations (10th anniversary!), people who use child avatars in "Second Life", and free Internet TV - is there anything for the networks to worry about? Also several...