Forgive me if this is not the right place to post this. My wife just called me from the Airport. She flys almost every week for business. Today at the Pre-Check TSA security line she was told she had been selected for a random Cell Phone check. Before she could think to lock her iPhone, it was taken from her and placed next to a computer/device. After some time it was given back to her. She does not know if it was connected to the computer or not. She said her iPhone was not in her view the entire time.I am shocked by this. Whether right or wrong, I knew that governments could search your phone when crossing a border. But searching an American citizens phone when flying from one state to another? What about our 4th Amendment rights against unwarranted search and seizure?Obviously, I advised my wife to lock, disable fingerprint unlock, or power off her phone before handing to anyone if this happens again.Has anyone here heard of this kind of thing happening at TSA Checkpoints before? Do you know what they do to your phone? What are they searching for and what data they take? I did a quick web search and could not find anything. Only info in searches of electronic devices at the border.
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With the new version of Safari, I replaced Ghostery with Ghostery Lite, as they recommended. I prefer to replace Ghostery with something better.What are the best Safari extensions to replace Ghostery Lite, preferably free? Scanning through the top 70 ranked free Safari Productivity extensions list I found #1 Adblock Plus, #3 AdBlock, #29 uBlock. Interestingly, Ghostery Lite was not in the top 70. There were no candidates on the paid list.This question has been posted before but the responses were extensions that do not work on Safari, at least not the new version – such as uBlock Origin and Privacy Badger. For example, the Privacy Badger web site says “Safari/iOS: Unfortunately, after legal review, the EFF found Apple’s developer agreement unacceptable. Furthermore, Safari seems to lack certain extension capabilities required by Privacy Badger to function properly.”