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Vigilantly staying on top of one's private communications is simply a good practice when traveling within the states. Things get slightly hairier when you travel abroad, because there are compatibility issues to consider too.
But when you travel to places like China, it's not just a matter of due diligence: you're potentially putting your clients and their company information at risk. Remember, Chinese institutions at least condone the offering of hacking courses that have left American companies scrambling -- even the federal government. You may recall that Sun Tzu devoted an entire chapter of the Art of War to spies and information. If the federal employees are vulnerable, this should tell you not to play around. Protect yourself when you travel to the Middle Kingdom.
Meeting with a lawyer can help you understand your options and how to best protect your rights. Visit our attorney directory to find a lawyer near you who can help.