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Israeli security 'read' tourists' private emails

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How would you feel if when you arrived at your holiday destination, security staff demanded to read your personal emails and look at your Facebook account?

Israel's attorney general has been asked to look into claims that security officials have been doing just that - threatening to refuse entry to the country unless such private information is divulged by some tourists. Keith Wallace reports.

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