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US immigration police broke Facebook rules with fake profiles for college sting - 12 avril 2019
Revealed : Ice investigators set up social media profiles linked to a sham university for foreign students US Immigration and Customs Enforcement (Ice) violated Facebook policy by creating fake social media profiles tied to the University of Farmington, a sham university it created to identify people committing (...)

Amazon Pullout Shows What Anti-Capitalist Organizing and Leftist Politicians Can Do - 16 février 2019
When Amazon, the monopsonistic retailer and ICE collaborator, announced last November that it would open its “second headquarters” in New York City, local resistance arose immediately. The day following the announcement, over 100 community activists, union leaders, and local politicians rallied in the Queens, New (...)

Journalists, Lawyers, and Activists Working on the Border Face Coordinated Harassment From U.S. and Mexican Authorities - 9 février 2019
Four photojournalists gathered on the southern side of the U.S.-Mexico border wall shortly after Christmas in Tijuana. They were there to document the arrival of the migrant caravans from Central America, the latest chapter in a story that had drawn President Donald Trump’s increasing outrage. As the photographers (...)

The Border Patrol Has Been a Cult of Brutality Since 1924 - 12 janvier 2019
Since its founding in the early 20th century, the U.S. Border Patrol has operated with near-complete impunity, arguably serving as the most politicized and abusive branch of federal law enforcement — even more so than the FBI during J. Edgar Hoover’s directorship. The 1924 Immigration Act tapped into a xenophobia (...)

After a Year of Tech Scandals, Our 10 Recommendations for AI - 7 décembre 2018
Let’s begin with better regulation, protecting workers, and applying “truth in advertising” rules to AI Today the AI Now Institute publishes our third annual report on the state of AI in 2018, including 10 recommendations for governments, researchers, and industry practitioners. It has been a dramatic year in AI. (...)

Amazon told employees it would continue to sell facial recognition software to law enforcement - 9 novembre 2018
Amazon has come under fire of late for the licensing of its controversial Rekognition system, a powerful piece of facial recognition software, to government and law enforcement agencies, with the most recent development involving revelations that Amazon met with US Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) over (...)

Can ICE Legally Force Immigrants to Cheer for Donald Trump ? - 28 octobre 2018
Do the First Amendment’s protections prevent the government from targeting its most vocal critics for deportation ? That’s the central question that three judges for the 2nd Circuit Court of Appeals will be considering Monday, when lawyers for Ravi Ragbir, a New York City immigration activist, will argue for a (...)

Tech firms make millions from Trump’s anti-immigrant agenda, report finds - 24 octobre 2018
Amazon, Palantir and Microsoft provide tools that aid surveillance, detention and deportation, according to report Silicon Valley technology corporations including Amazon, Palantir and Microsoft make millions from US immigration enforcement, according to a new report. They provide tools that aid surveillance, (...)

ICEwatch : Raids Tactics Map - 2 septembre 2018
ICEwatch includes summaries of raids that have been reported to IDP over the past five years. From the information collected, IDP has been able to interpret and extrapolate trends in the enforcement tactics used by ICE to target and arrest immigrants in the New York Metropolitan area. We launch ICEwatch so that (...)

ICE Has Conducted Hundreds of Raids in New York Since Trump Came to Power. Here’s What Those Operations Look Like. - 2 septembre 2018
It was approximately 6:30 a.m. on a Tuesday morning in early April when the pounding on the front door began. The sun was still coming up over New York City as a man The Intercept will call Michael jumped out of bed to investigate the commotion. Michael opened the door and found three men and one woman wearing (...)

Clashes Over Ethics At Major Tech Companies Are Causing Problems For Recruiters - 1er septembre 2018
Already dealing with backlash from employees who object to working with government agencies, major tech companies are now facing criticism from a new source — prospective hires. When Matt Meshulam, a Chicago-based software engineer, received a cold recruiting email from Amazon, he already knew he wouldn’t be taking (...)

Engineers Say "No Thanks" to Silicon Valley Recruiters, Citing Ethical Concerns - 1er septembre 2018
Some engineers are turning down tech recruiters by citing concerns about corporate values Anna Geiduschek usually has no time to respond to recruitment emails that arrive in her inbox each week. But Geiduschek, a software engineer at Dropbox, recently made a point of turning down an Amazon Web Services recruiter (...)

Des ingénieurs publient leurs mails de refus aux offres d’embauche de la Silicon Valley - 1er septembre 2018
Vente d’un logiciel de reconnaissance faciale à des services de police, collaboration avec la société de big data Palantir ou avec les services d’immigration… Les décisions prises ces derniers mois par certains géants de la tech ont créé un vent de révolte en interne, avec l’émergence au printemps de plusieurs pétitions (...)

Amazon employees protest sale of facial recognition tech to law enforcement - 24 juin 2018
A group of Amazon employees are pressuring company leadership to stop selling its facial recognition software to law enforcement and to stop providing services to companies who work with Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE). “We refuse to build the platform that powers ICE, and we refuse to contribute to (...)

Les salariés d’Amazon révoltés après la révélation du nom de deux clients - 24 juin 2018
Les services d’Amazon Web Services sont notamment utilisés par les forces de l’ordre américaines dans la séparation des parents et des enfants mexicains sans papiers. Une pétition interne vient d’être lancée au sein d’Amazon Web Services afin de réclamer la fin de la collaboration avec la police des frontières (ICE) et le (...)

Amazon lui aussi fait face à la grogne de ses employés pour Rekognition - 22 juin 2018
Plusieurs employés d’Amazon font pression sur la direction afin que celle-ci cesse sa collaboration avec le gouvernement américain. Amazon fournit en effet sa technologie de reconnaissance faciale Rekognition aux services de l’immigration américains. L’histoire a un sérieux goût de déjà vu pour ceux qui s’intéressent de (...)

GitHub Coders to Microsoft : Cut Ties With ICE or We’ll ’Take Our Projects Elsewhere’ - 22 juin 2018
More than five dozen Github contributors on Thursday signed a letter threatening to abandon the website unless Microsoft canceled its Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) contract. Microsoft, which acquired GitHub, the internet’s largest source code repository, for $7.5 billion earlier this month, is one of (...)

Amazon Workers Demand Jeff Bezos Cancel Face Recognition Contracts With Law Enforcement - 22 juin 2018
Following employee protests at Google and Microsoft over government contracts, workers at Amazon are circulating an internal letter to CEO Jeff Bezos, asking him to stop selling the company’s Rekognition facial recognition software to law enforcement and to boot the data-mining firm Palantir from its cloud (...)

Microsoft Employees Protest Work With ICE, as Tech Industry Mobilizes Over Immigration - 21 juin 2018
In an open letter posted to Microsoft’s internal message board on Tuesday, more than 100 employees protested the software maker’s work with Immigration and Customs Enforcement and asked the company to stop working with the agency, which has been separating migrant parents and their children at the border with (...)

Fronde chez Microsoft suite à sa collaboration avec l’immigration américaine - 21 juin 2018
Des employés de Microsoft ont publié une lettre ouverte en interne faisant état de leur mécontentement suite à la découverte d’un accord de partenariat avec les services d’immigration américain. Azure est en effet utilisé par ces services qui ont très mauvaise presse ces derniers jours. Tous les contrats ne sont pas (...)