I got this too after upgrading from F31 to F32 on a system that has a built in SD card reader.
did you find a solution
No, but there are bug reports on Bugzilla for several SELinux issues similar to this. I expect that the solutions will eventually be rolled out in updates to the SELinux policy.
Luckily I have not noticed any functionality issues related to this alert.
A new Selinux policy is available FIx it some issues, Please update your system to the latest and see is work:
sudo dnf upgrade
❯ rpm -qa selinux*
I have these versions installed and I think they broke my setup for Samba share folder. I cannot access anymore the files using Boxes.
The update resolved the SELinux errors on my Fedora systems. I don’t have Samba share issues with it either.