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Australian Customs search laptops and phones for porn

Posted on Saturday, May 22 2010 @ 07:00:01 CEST by

TG Daily reports Australian Customs officials have been granted the right to search incoming travellers' cell phones, laptops, thumb drives and other electronic devices for pornography.
A new question has appeared on the country's Incoming Passenger Cards asking if travelers are carrying any pornography.

And a senior customs official, Richard Janeczko, has been quoted as saying that materials 'stored on electronic media devices such as laptops, thumb drives and iPhones' are on their target list.


"If you and your partner have filmed or photographed yourselves making love in an exotic destination or even taking a bath, you will have to answer 'Yes' to the question or you will be breaking the law," warns president Fiona Patten.



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