Visiting US foreigners started asking to specify the accounts in social networks
Starting this Tuesday, temporarily entering the U.S. to foreigners asked to provide information about the «online presence». This wording indicated an account in social networks and online services, including Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, YouTube and others. Allegedly, the government’s actions are aimed at identifying «potential terrorist threats».
While filling the information is optional and failure to complete cannot serve as a reason for the prohibition on entry. And ask for this information, not all, but only those who enjoy the right of visa-free entry for up to 90 days (it is possible, for citizens of 38 countries).