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A Vigilante Militia Defends an Imaginary Border - 19 mai 2019
“Is that what we think it is ?” gasped a woman on the Patriot Caravan. The MAGA- and Trump-hatted group of about 25 people were on a walking tour of the U.S.-Mexico border in the desert near El Paso, Texas. It was led by a large, garrulous man named Jim Benvie, a member of the Guardian Patriots, which used to be the (...)

Border Official Admits Targeting Journalists and Human Rights Advocates With Smuggling Investigations - 19 mai 2019
When first confronted with evidence that it was collaborating with Mexican law enforcement in a sweeping intelligence-gathering operation targeting journalists, activists and attorneys along the U.S.-Mexico divide, Customs and Border Protection was silent. When still more evidence emerged, in the form of documents (...)

Une faille de sécurité de WhatsApp utilisée pour installer un logiciel espion israélien - 14 mai 2019
WhatsApp a annoncé avoir corrigé la faille, et plusieurs ONG veulent porter plainte contre l’éditeur du logiciel, NSO group. Une importante faille de sécurité touchant la fonction « appel téléphonique » de WhatsApp a été corrigée lundi 13 mai, a annoncé l’entreprise, propriété de Facebook. La faille pouvait permettre (...)

“The Fourth Amendment Doesn’t Apply Here” — U.S. Border Guards Arrest Arizona Immigrant Rights Volunteer - 10 mai 2019
An immigrant rights advocate on the U.S.-Mexico border was arrested and accused of “illegal alien smuggling” as she accompanied an asylum-seeker to a port of entry in southern Arizona. Ana Adlerstein, a volunteer at Casa del Migrantes, a migrant shelter in the Mexican town of Sonoyta, said U.S. Customs and Border (...)

Reconnaissance faciale : identifier pour mieux protéger ou pour mieux contrôler ? - 25 février 2019
La mairie de Nice teste actuellement un dispositif de reconnaissance faciale sur son carnaval. Quelles potentialités pour ces technologies dont la généralisation semble approcher ? Quels risques en matière de liberté individuelles ? Les dispositifs de reconnaissance faciale vous paraissent peut-être loin et pourtant, (...)

« Il y a une campagne mondiale de diffamation et de criminalisation visant les défenseurs des droits humains » - 18 février 2019
Les Nations unies ont fêté les 70 ans de la Déclaration universelle des droits de l’homme. Considérés comme des « défenseurs des droits humains », des femmes et des hommes les font vivre au quotidien : des journalistes, des lanceurs d’alerte, des blogueurs, des syndicalistes, des membres d’ONG, des magistrats, des (...)

How the U.S. Weaponized the Border Wall - 10 février 2019
Migrants die and disappear in staggeringly high numbers along the U.S.-Mexico border, as Washington over the years has shut down relatively safe, traditional urban entry points, forcing border crossers into hostile desert terrain. Migrants also sustain severe life-threatening or crippling injuries. They fall into (...)

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 (...)

The Dangerous Junk Science of Vocal Risk Assessment - 25 novembre 2018
Is it possible to tell whether someone is a criminal just from looking at their face or listening to the sound of their voice ? The idea may seem ludicrous, like something out of science fiction — Big Brother in “1984” detects any unconscious look “that carried with it the suggestion of abnormality” — and yet, some (...)

Tracking NSO Group’s Pegasus Spyware to Operations in 45 Countries - 13 novembre 2018
Between August 2016 and August 2018, we scanned the Internet for servers associated with NSO Group’s Pegasus spyware. We found 1,091 IP addresses that matched our fingerprint and 1,014 domain names that pointed to them. We developed and used Athena, a novel technique to cluster some of our matches into 36 distinct (...)

HIDE AND SEEK Tracking NSO Group’s Pegasus Spyware to Operations in 45 Countries - 23 septembre 2018
In this post, we develop new Internet scanning techniques to identify 45 countries in which operators of NSO Group’s Pegasus spyware may be conducting operations. 1. Executive Summary Israel-based “Cyber Warfare” vendor NSO Group produces and sells a mobile phone spyware suite called Pegasus. To monitor a target, a (...)

How government-exclusive spyware is used to surveil civil society in Mexico - 23 juin 2018
In Mexico, government-exclusive spyware technology is being used to target journalists, human rights defenders, anti-corruption advocates, and international investigators. Luis Fernando Garcia, Director of R3D, explains how technology meant to track terrorists is being turned against (...)

’Surveillance society’ : has technology at the US-Mexico border gone too far ? - 14 juin 2018
Private companies are helping the government build a virtual alternative to the physical wall, prompting an outcry Palmer Luckey, the virtual reality pioneer, left Facebook in 2017, six months after it was discovered that he had secretly funded a pro-Trump campaign group dedicated to influencing the US election (...)

Et si le mur de Trump était virtuel ? - 13 juin 2018
Cofondateur d’Oculus, Palmer Luckey veut vendre au gouvernement américain un système de surveillance basé sur l’intelligence artificielle pour surveiller la frontière avec le Mexique. Une solution de substitution au mur voulu par Donald Trump ? Palmer Luckey n’a que faire de la mauvaise publicité. Le fondateur du (...)

Inside Palmer Luckey’s Bid to Build a Border Wall - 13 juin 2018
How the Oculus founder, along with ex-Palantir executives, plans to reinvent national security, starting with Trump’s agenda. We’re standing on the edge of a cliff on a remote Texas ranch, a long patch of rocky desert stretching out below to the verdant banks of the Rio Grande, a silver ribbon 2 miles distant. On (...)

Union européenne. Des États font pression pour obtenir un assouplissement des règles sur l’exportation d’équipements de surveillance vers des pays portant atteinte aux droits humains - 12 juin 2018
Neuf États membres de l’Union européenne (UE) tentent de bloquer les mesures visant à limiter les exportations d’équipements de surveillance vers les régimes répressifs, cette initiative rétrograde représentant une menace pour les droits humains à travers le monde, ont déclaré le 11 juin Access Now, Amnesty International, (...)

New Homeland Security system will bring facial recognition to land borders this summer - 6 juin 2018
The Vehicle Face System is planned for testing in August at the Anzalduas Port of Entry in Texas The week after the 2016 election, drivers exiting the United States at the Nogales border crossing would have noticed something out of the ordinary. A new canopy had been set up over the far-right lane of the (...)

US government to use facial recognition technology at Mexico border crossing - 6 juin 2018
New camera system would record people inside vehicles as they enter and leave US, raising civil liberties concerns The US government is deploying a new facial recognition system at the southern border that would record images of people inside vehicles entering and leaving the country. The pilot program, (...)

How the Border Patrol Faked Statistics Showing a 73 Percent Rise in Assaults Against Agents - 30 avril 2018
Last November, reports that a pair of U.S. Border Patrol agents had been attacked with rocks at a desolate spot in West Texas made news around the country. The agents were found injured and unconscious at the bottom of a culvert off Interstate 10. Agent Rogelio Martinez soon died from his injuries. Early reports (...)