[Internet Society Blogs] Internet Society speaks out against proposed password disclosure requirements

Today, the Internet Society, along with 50 organizations and trade associations and nearly 90 individual experts who care deeply about an open, trusted Internet, expressed our deep concerns that the U.S. Department of Homeland Security may require individuals to disclose their social media account passwords as a condition of entry into the United States.  Last week, the new U.S. Secretary of Homeland Security indicated that the U.S. government is considering such a policy as an element of border screening.

Ms. Kathryn Brown

http://www.internetsociety.org/blog/public-policy/2017/02/internet-society-speaks-out-against-proposed-password-disclosure