I'm posting this question anonymously for obvious reasons. It should be on meta, but I can't post there anonymously. It would be great if someone would move it there.
The new head of the Department of Homeland Security has told the House Homeland Security Committee that he plans to make it mandatory for visitors to the US to disclose their social media accounts, including passwords. He also plans to spend "weeks or months" vetting visitors.
I'm planning to visit the US later this year, by which time this new process may be well underway. I have a colourful collection of visas in my passport, so I'm taking this opportunity to scrub google clean of anything that may trigger the interest of a border agent.
That's how I noticed that one of the top results for my name is SuperUser telling the world "this user prefers to keep an air of mystery about them". Cute. Unfortunately border agents have zero sense of humour, no conception of irony or wordplay, and little familiarity with the world of "hackers" beyond what Hollywood tells them.
Can this wording be changed to something more neutral and less inviting of a curious click please? Perhaps "no profile information available".