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|The proposals should be withdrawn entirely,argued Edward Hasbrouck, author of The Practical Nomad and the leading expert on travel data privacy. 'Obscured by the euphemistic language of 'screening' is the fact that travellers would be required to get permission before they can travel.' Hasbrouck submitted that requiring clearance in order to travel violates the US First Amendment right of assembly.|
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