I'm confused with the testimony to Mr. Saini and to Mr. Kent because you said that, essentially, the practice in Canada is not to allow our border agencies to take a device, search the device, and then use that device to search the person's cloud information. However, you said both law and practice in the U.S. would allow a U.S. border official to access the cloud through a device. In earlier testimony, you said perhaps if people were worried they could park information on the cloud and then re-access commercial or government information once landed in the U.S. Do you understand? I may have misheard you just as to how the advice given before seems to be contrary to what the reality might be.
Let's say I'm leaving for the U.S. I have highly sensitive government documents on my device, so I park them in the cloud. I go across the border, and they ask for not only my password for my phone, but they say they notice there's a cloud so they'd like the password for my cloud as well.