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Ms. Maria Abi-Habib

Middle East Correspondent

Wall Street Journal

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Maria Abi-Habib ... [cached]

Maria Abi-Habib @Abihabib Middle East Reporter, 16,343 followers

3 (free) things that journalists can do right now to protect their data and their sources at the border � Nieman Journalism Lab [cached]

Last July, Maria Abi-Habib, a Middle East correspondent for The Wall Street Journal and an American citizen, was detained upon her arrival at Los Angeles International Airport and asked for her phones. Abi-Habib refused and was ultimately allowed to leave, but the incident was a troubling reminder that the protection of digital data at the U.S. border is a legal gray area - and under the Trump administration, U.S. Customs and Border Protection agents appear to be increasing what they are asking even American citizens for at the border.

by Aimee Herd : Apr 5, ... [cached]

by Aimee Herd : Apr 5, 2011 : Yaroslav Trofimov, Maria Abi-Habib - Wall Street Journal

Zahir Azimi over an article written ... [cached]

Zahir Azimi over an article written by The Wall Street Journal reporter Maria Abi-Habib.

Abi-Habib's March 8 article reported on accusations that Afghan Air Force personnel were involved in drug and weapons trafficking while using AAF aircraft.

Canadian Journalist's Detention at U.S. Border Raises Press Freedom Alarms - The New York Times [cached]

Maria Abi-Habib, a reporter for The Wall Street Journal, recounted a similar episode in a Facebook post in July after she was detained at Los Angeles International Airport and asked to turn over her cellphones. The request was eventually withdrawn after Ms. Abi-Habib, a United States citizen traveling on an American passport, objected and asked to call lawyers for her newspaper.

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