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surveillance des frontières


témoignage
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 (...)

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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 (...)

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Swarms of Drones, Piloted by Artificial Intelligence, May Soon Patrol Europe’s Borders - 13 mai 2019
Imagine you’re hiking through the woods near a border. Suddenly, you hear a mechanical buzzing, like a gigantic bee. Two quadcopters have spotted you and swoop in for a closer look. Antennae on both drones and on a nearby autonomous ground vehicle pick up the radio frequencies coming from the cell phone in your (...)

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“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 (...)

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The U.S. Targeted Journalists on the Border. Two Senators Want to Know Why. - 12 mars 2019
There were nearly a dozen categories of individuals catalogued in the government’s secret list of border troublemakers. Revealed last week in documents obtained by an NBC News investigative team in San Diego, the list included 13 “organizers,” eight “instigators,” and 10 journalists with varying descriptions. There was (...)

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Un projet de fichage géant des citoyens non membres de l’UE prend forme en Europe - 7 mars 2019
Le fichage des populations consiste à recueillir et à conserver des renseignements sur des personnes à des fins administratives, de surveillance ou d’identification. Les États, les entreprises et plus généralement les organisations sociales pratiquent, en fonction de leurs besoins et volontés politiques, le fichage des (...)

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Une politique migratoire aux allures de « chasse à l’homme » à la frontière franco-italienne - 22 février 2019
Ce sont 144 pages qui indignent. Elles décrivent la politique migratoire mise en œuvre par la France à la frontière franco-italienne, de Menton à Chamonix : non respect des droits essentiels des personnes, violations de traités signés par la France, indifférence et mépris pour les mineurs isolés et les réfugiés qui ont (...)

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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 (...)

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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 (...)

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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 (...)

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Your Digital Trail Follows You to the Border - 14 novembre 2018
Information, money and jobs flow easily around the world, yet it’s getting tougher for travelers to cross some borders. As immigration policies tighten and the security and technology to enforce them increase, travelers can find themselves caught in a web of suspicion that prevents them from visiting some (...)

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Bots at the Gate - 27 septembre 2018
A Human Rights Analysis of Automated Decision Making in Canada’s Immigration and Refugee System A new report from the Citizen Lab and the International Human Rights Program at the University of Toronto’s Faculty of Law investigates the use of artificial intelligence and automated decision-making in Canada’s (...)

témoignage
“Kick Ass, Ask Questions Later” : A Border Patrol Whistleblower Speaks Out About Culture of Abuse Against Migrants - 20 septembre 2018
The 4-year-old boy and his parents had been lost for days in the desert and were desperately thirsty. Mario, a new Border Patrol officer, had received a call that there were migrants in the area and went out looking for them near the village of Menagers Dam, or Ali Ak Chin, on the Tohono O’odham reservation in (...)

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À Orly et Roissy, des contrôles par reconnaissance faciale pour désengorger les files d’attente - 30 juin 2018
Le groupe Aéroports de Paris (ADP) espère ainsi limiter le temps d’attente aux postes de contrôle de police aux frontières (PAF) avant l’embarquement des passagers. Cet été, fini les longues files d’attente dans les aéroports parisiens ? À l’aube des premiers grands départs en vacances, les dirigeants du groupe Aéroports de (...)

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’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 (...)

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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 (...)

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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 (...)

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L’Aéroport d’Orlando mise sur la biométrie - 12 juin 2018
L’aéroport d’Orlando qui teste actuellement avec British Airways la reconnaissance faciale, veut aller plus loin. La plate-forme américaine a noué un partenariat avec SITA pour la mise en place de portiques biométriques dans ses installations. Dans les prochains mois, SITA déploiera sa technologie biométrique Smart Path (...)

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L’IAI développe un système robotique sol-air pour la surveillance des frontières - 11 juin 2018
Le système combine un robot au sol avec les fonctionnalités d’un drone ; Un nouveau système tactique de radar aérien avec une couverture à 360 degrés a aussi été dévoilé Les Industries Israéliennes Aérospatiales ont développé un nouveau système robotique hybride pour la reconnaissance et la surveillance de frontières qui (...)

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Menaces sur les pistes - 9 mai 2018
Projets confidentiels, position des caméras... ADP subit des fuites d’informations sensibles. Ce 10 avril, Christelle, comme les 6434 autres salariés d’Aéroports de Paris (ADP), reçoit un étrange courriel dans lequel figure le nom d’un énigmatique Mr Robot. Cette invitation officielle adressée par la direction lui propose (...)