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Shanghai girls are refused admission to the United States, suspected of "sexy photos" with impure mo

The reason why Shanghai girls are refused to enter the United States is to send sexy private photos to a number of New York men! So for those who want to go to the United States, they must check their mobile phones and computers before leaving the country to avoid unnecessary troubles.

The 23-year-old Wang came from Shanghai and was brought into the "little black house" by the customs when she flew into New York from Shanghai, according to a netizen with the name of "USA in the United States" on the Internet recently. Customs checked her mobile photo album and found 'exposed photos'. Miss Wang explained that she likes yoga and fitness. These photos only record her body changes.

The customs officers also inquired about the chat records, and asked why she chatted with several men whose addresses were displayed in New York before going to the United States, and also sent them her sexy photos. Miss Wang said that before coming to the United States, she wanted to know more about the life of New York, so she found some net friends on the Internet, just chatting, and the photos were just sent at will. One and a half hours later, customs officers informed her that she could not enter the United States.

Nandu found that the identity of the netizens who disclosed the information was' overseas consultation blogger '.

Netizens quarreled on the Internet about it

For this, netizens also quarreled:

Some netizens think that the American customs officers are right, 'normal girls will send their sexy photos to strangers?'

Some netizens also asked, 'is the customs so private?'

Some netizens' opinions.

Us update electronic equipment border search instructions early this year

According to the world daily, a Chinese student with F1 visa was randomly checked at Los Angeles International Airport. After the customs asked him to check his mobile phone, the staff opened the wechat of the student to check the chat record with his friends. They found that the chat record of the student and his friends involved the act of acting as an examiner and other violations of the school rules. The customs suspected that the student had the suspicion of acting as an examination intermediary, belonging to the He worked illegally, so he decided to repatriate him. Airport staff said: 'international students have always been the subject of Customs scrutiny'.

And the official micro blog of Los Angeles World Daily @ Los Angeles World Daily once said that 80% of the passengers who are taken into the black house will be asked by the customs to check their mobile phones first.

The reporter from Nandu found that the U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) had issued a new electronic equipment border search instruction on January 8 this year, stressing that electronic equipment border search is very important, even if you are a green card holder or a U.S. citizen, you may be spot checked.

"In the digital age, border searches for electronic devices are crucial to enforcing laws and protecting the American people at the U.S. border," said John Wagner, deputy assistant director of administration at the field service office. "CBP is committed to safeguarding civil rights and civil liberties, including a small number of passengers with the devices under inspection. CBP's authority to search for electronic devices on the border will continue to be exercised cautiously and responsibly, consistent with public trust. '

CBP's official website also shows that in fiscal 2017, CBP carried out 30200 border checks on entry and exit of electronic equipment. About 0.007% of the international passengers have been searched by CBP officials for their electronic equipment (the total number of international passengers is more than 397 million), and the number of inspected electronic equipment is more than 29200. In fiscal 2016, 0.005% of international arrivals (more than 390 million in total) were searched for electronic devices (more than 18400). The total number of fiscal years 2017 exceeded that of fiscal year 2016.

Nandu reporter found that CBP's directive on border inspection of electronic equipment clearly stipulated that electronic equipment and luggage should be within the scope of search, including 'any form of equipment that may contain electronic or digital information, such as computers, disks, drives, tapes, mobile phones and other communication equipment, cameras, music and other media players.

Airport staff said: 'international students have always been the subject of Customs scrutiny'.

Refuse to be examined, consequence 'very serious'

At the same time, the instruction indicates that passengers are obliged to provide passwords or information of encrypted or other protected electronic devices. If your mobile phone is encrypted, you must provide fingerprint or password decryption! And, if necessary, CBP can also carry out 'advanced' search, such as using external devices to connect to the mobile phone, through wired or wireless connection, and using external devices to copy or analyze any content. The scope and strength of the search is much stricter than ordinary search, of course, such search also needs to Consent of the supervisor.

So the question is, what happens if you refuse to be checked or turn over your password or pin?

If you are a foreigner, 'there may be serious consequences,' according to the New York Times and CNN. If someone chooses not to hand over their information, CBP can deny them access. If you are a green card holder, you will be required to have a hearing before the immigration judge. If you are a U.S. citizen, you will not be denied entry to the United States, but may be delayed or even detained for hours in the 'little black house'.

Reminder: check your mobile phone before going abroad

Coincidentally, with the exception of the United States, a number of countries have indicated that they will check electronic equipment upon entry. Nandu reporter found that the official website of Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) clearly indicated that electronic products would be inspected, including laptops and mobile phones, luggage and electronic products.

The reporter of Nandu also reminds all the friends who have plans to go abroad that they must check whether their electronic equipment has any illegal contents in advance, and do not violate the laws of other countries, or they may be refused entry or even detained;