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surveillance des migrants


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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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As Trial Starts for Border Humanitarian Volunteers, New Documents Reveal Federal Bureaucrats’ Obsession With Stopping Activists - 18 janvier 2019
Trump administration prosecutors argued this week that members of the borderland faith-based organization No More Deaths broke the law by leaving jugs of water and cans of beans for migrants trekking through a remote wilderness refuge in the Sonoran Desert. The arguments came in the first of a series of (...)

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Reconnaissance faciale : Amazon, Microsoft et Google sommés de ne pas vendre leur technologie aux Etats - 16 janvier 2019
Quatre-vingt-cinq ONG consacrées aux droits humains et à la défense des libertés publiques ont écrit à ces trois entreprises pour souligner les dangers que représente la reconnaissance faciale. « Cette technologie offre aux gouvernements la capacité inédite de traquer qui nous sommes, où nous allons, ce que nous faisons et (...)

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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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En Belgique, une répression de plus en plus brutale contre les collectifs d’accueil des migrants - 1er décembre 2018
Perquisitions musclées, détention préventive pendant de longues semaines, poursuites judiciaires... Depuis plusieurs mois, les autorités belges se montrent particulièrement sévères envers les personnes qui viennent en aide aux migrants. Un premier procès en correctionnelle s’est tenu début novembre à Bruxelles. Plusieurs (...)

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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 (...)

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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 (...)

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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, (...)

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Une app permet à la police turque de surveiller les expatriés opposants d’Erdoğan - 29 septembre 2018
Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, l’autoritaire président turc, n’apprécie pas outre mesure qu’on pense différemment de lui. S’il est relativement facile de fliquer les opinions des citoyens en Turquie, c’est moins évident à l’extérieur du pays. C’est là qu’intervient l’application EGM, un acronyme derrière lequel se cache Emniyet Genel (...)

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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 (...)

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“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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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 (...)

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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 (...)

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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 (...)

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Europe is using smartphone data as a weapon to deport refugees - 10 juillet 2018
European leaders need to bring immigration numbers down, and metadata on smartphones could be just what they need to start sending migrants back Smartphones have helped tens of thousands of migrants travel to Europe. A phone means you can stay in touch with your family – or with people smugglers. On the road, you (...)

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Comment l’Europe utilise les données mobiles des migrants pour les expulser - 10 juillet 2018
Alors que les dirigeants européens tentent de s’entendre sur la gestion des flux migratoires, certains États-membres ont commencé à utiliser la technologie pour accélérer les expulsions. Les autorités récupèrent les données des smartphones des migrants afin de retracer leur parcours. Pour rester en contact avec leur (...)

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Le Canada élargit son programme de biométrie - 2 juillet 2018
Le Canada a toujours été connu pour être une destination attrayante pour les immigrants et les visiteurs et a depuis longtemps l’un des taux d’immigration par habitant les plus élevés au monde. Afin de développer son système de sécurité, le Canada a décidé d’élargir son programme de biométrie à tous les demandeurs de (...)

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DNA Testing Might Help Reunite Families Separated by Trump. But It Could Create a Privacy Nightmare. - 27 juin 2018
In the face of the Trump administration’s neglect and indifference toward the reunification of the thousands of immigrant families it has forcibly separated, some lawmakers, activists, and celebrities have called for the use of DNA testing, along with other biometrics, as a means to return some 3,700 children to (...)