Surveillance of most Americans by immigration customs authorities

Surveillance of most Americans by immigration customs authorities

The ICE surveillance net operates largely unattended, and a new report details how Americans are being tracked through utility bills, facial recognition and even their cars.

Your information could end up in the hands of Immigration and Customs Enforcement when you apply for a driver’s license, drive on the roads or register for public services, according to a new report.

ICE has built a surveillance infrastructure that allows the agency to access data on most people living in the United States and has gone far beyond its immigration enforcement duties to become a broader national watchdog agency, according to a survey published by Georgetown Law’s Center on Privacy & Technology. .

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