In the next months I’m going to travel abroad with my laptop and my Ledger Nano S. I’ll visit most of the EU countries, Russia, China, Brazil, U.S. and Canada. I’m an EU citizen.
I was wondering if I could get in trouble for bringing abroad my laptop where I have some sensitive informations encrypted with 4096 bits keys, thus File level encryption. I also have disk level encryption with bitlocker on Windows 10 and sha256 with luks on the Linux
I would like to know which is my right to refuse to unlock my laptop or my Ledger whether I’m intimated to do so by a customs officer.
As far as I know as an EU citizen in the EU I can refuse to unlock my devices without violating any law, BTW I also posted on travel.se as suggested, and according to comments and answers I'm probably wrong on this.