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$3K fine for not turning over passwords for airport 'digital strip search'. OK?

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Discussion started by Tok Staff:
New Zealand is the first company with a law that fines travelers $3K if they refuse to turn over passwords. Is that fair?
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Results in this view: Y-why Refuse? 0% - Convince Me 7% - N-too Invasive 93%
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By Kevis Basnair Need more information about this one before I judge the situation accurately.
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By Janznice Lozinski Kevy you need a Brain first the on you have came from Mr. ABEY NORMAL
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By Kirby Liberty Harris Whats to decide? Government forcing you to give them your passwords. Huge rights violations of privacy.
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By Daniel Spain Dont forget to leave your SSN and PIN number & CCV #'s while at it.
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By Kirby Liberty Harris huh? Will never happen with me Dan.
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By Daniel Spain Huh? Tell me your not american.
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By Kirby Liberty Harris The US gave me the social not the other way around. I have never given my pin or ccv number to the government. I won't willingly give them any private info, they will have to violate the 4th amendment to get it from me.
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By Daniel Spain You have access to my passwords you get into my bank account that has my SSN.
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By Kirby Liberty Harris Yeah, that is why I don't want the govt or anyone having my passwords.