Author: jeremy ardley Date: To: dng Subject: Re: [DNG] A warning to EU mirror operators
On 7/2/23 12:12, Antonio Rendina via Dng wrote: > Il 06/02/23 22:48, jeremy ardley via Dng ha scritto:
>> On 7/2/23 03:46, The Original Linux Fan via Dng wrote:
>>> Do you by any chance have a link so that I can take
>>> a look at it myself? I rarely travel abroad, but just
>>> in case I decide to take an android device somewhere,
>>> it might be prudent for myself and others to take a
>> ... >> The point where you get off the plane but haven't yet passed customs
>> leaves you in a legal limbo where many of the the countries laws and
>> protections don't apply, or not as usual.
> I think this is a bit exaggerated. Europe is a free country, I travel
> all the time across Europe with 2 laptops and 2 smartphones, no one
> ever searched my data, and in case, I would not allow it. The only
> check that you have, is passing through the security if you fly, if
> not and you are in Schengen Area
> (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Schengen_Area) you can pass whatever
> border you want with train, bus or car even on feet (not suggesting).
> And also when in not Schengen, it's quite simple to pass the borders.
The key word is customs. In Schengen area you likely don't have formal
Now try the same trick going into USA or Canada or even UK. Or arriving
in the Schengen area on a flight from outside that area.
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