Along with dozens of human rights organizations and scores of experts in the field of law and technology, Professor Annemarie Bridy signed on to a statement released on Tuesday by the Center for Democracy and Technology (CDT) condemning a plan floated by the Department of Homeland Security to demand that visitors to the United States surrender their social media passwords to the government at the border. The Atlantic reported on the statement, which was released a day after Senator Wyden (D-OR) wrote a letter to DHS expressing displeasure at reports that people entering the country were being asked to unlock their smartphones for inspection by DHS agents.