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Des posts sur Facebook peuvent justifier le non-renouvellement d’un titre de séjour - 24 juillet 2019
Des propos sur Facebook peuvent être utilisés par le ministère de l’Intérieur pour refuser le renouvellement d’un titre de séjour. C’est ce qu’a appris à ses dépens un Marocain de 31 ans, représentant aux yeux des services du renseignement une menace « très grave pour l’ordre public ». Une nouvelle fois la justice tient (...)

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The Banks That Finance Private Prison Companies - 24 juillet 2019
Private prison companies hold contracts to operate hundreds of prisons, jails, and immigration detention centers across the country. By profiting off of incarceration, private prison companies have a perverse incentive to make business decisions that lead to more people behind bars. Private prisons also are rife (...)

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BNP Paribas financera jusqu’en 2024 un groupe américain spécialisé dans la détention des migrants - 24 juillet 2019
En Europe, BNP Paribas s’enorgueillit d’aider les réfugiés. Aux États-Unis, la première banque française finance pourtant depuis 2003 le groupe GEO, numéro un des prisons privées spécialisé dans la détention des migrants, au cœur de nombreux scandales. Elle a annoncé son désengagement financier… en 2024. BNP Paribas, première (...)

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EU spent millions in « mechanized dogs » to look for hidden migrants - 14 juillet 2019
« Dogs have proven to be the most effective methods to detect humans hidden in vehicles« , reports an European Commission document, but they are also quickly tired, and costs a lot. That’s why the EC gave €16M to dozens of public and private bodies in order to develop « mechanized dogs » and « artificial sniffers » to (...)

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Revealed : This Is Palantir’s Top-Secret User Manual for Cops - 14 juillet 2019
Motherboard obtained a Palantir user manual through a public records request, and it gives unprecedented insight into how the company logs and tracks individuals. Palantir is one of the most significant and secretive companies in big data analysis. The company acts as an information management service for (...)

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Border Patrol Chief Carla Provost Was a Member of Secret Facebook Group - 13 juillet 2019
When news broke that thousands of current and former Border Patrol agents were members of a secret Facebook group filled with racist, vulgar, and sexist content, Carla Provost, chief of the agency, was quick to respond. “These posts are completely inappropriate and contrary to the honor and integrity I see — and (...)

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Amnesty International Condemns U.S. Attacks on Border Journalists and Human Rights Defenders - 3 juillet 2019
The shape of the Trump administration’s approach to policing immigration is at this point familiar. Since January 2017, federal agents and officers have been under orders to enforce a harsh interpretation of immigration laws without restraint. The result has most infamously manifested in the forced separation of (...)

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I’m a Journalist but I Didn’t Fully Realize the Terrible Power of U.S. Border Officials Until They Violated My Rights and Privacy - 22 juin 2019
I should have kept my mouth shut about the guacamole ; that made things worse for me. Otherwise, what I’m about to describe could happen to any American who travels internationally. It happened 33,295 times last year. My work as a journalist has taken me to many foreign countries, including frequent trips to (...)

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A Pékin, une famille ouïghoure livrée à la police par l’ambassade de Belgique - 16 juin 2019
L’épouse et les quatre enfants d’un réfugié politique ont disparu après avoir été expulsés du bâtiment, en peine nuit, le 29 mai. « La Belgique est trop petite, nous ne voulons pas faire de cette affaire un conflit. Il est dangereux de mettre la pression sur la Chine. » Lorsque Vanessa Frangville, professeure à l’université (...)

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Surveillance Company Cellebrite Finds a New Exploit : Spying on Asylum Seekers - 13 juin 2019
Cellebrite, a surveillance firm marketing itself as the “global leader in digital intelligence”, is marketing its digital extraction devices at a new target : authorities interrogating people seeking asylum. Israel-based Cellebrite, a subsidiary of Japan’s Sun Corporation, markets forensic tools which empower (...)

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In Scott Warren’s No More Deaths Trial, Prosecutors Attempt to Paint a Web of Conspiracy - 5 juin 2019
For nearly a year and a half, U.S. government prosecutors in Arizona have sought to make an example out of Scott Warren. The 36-year-old geographer and border-based humanitarian aid volunteer was arrested with two undocumented migrants on January 17, 2018, and accused of providing the men with food, water, and a (...)

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US now seeking social media details from all visa applicants - 3 juin 2019
The State Department is now requiring nearly all applicants for U.S. visas to submit their social media usernames, previous email addresses and phone numbers. It’s a vast expansion of the Trump administration’s enhanced screening of potential immigrants and visitors. In a move that’s just taken effect after approval (...)

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Vous voulez un Visa pour les États-Unis ? Vous devrez donner vos comptes Facebook et Instagram - 3 juin 2019
Les demandeurs de Visa pour les États-Unis devront communiquer tous leurs comptes sur les réseaux sociaux depuis les 5 dernières années, dont Facebook, Instagram, Reddit, Linkedin ou encore MySpace. L’administration américaine vient d’officialiser cette nouveauté le 1er juin 2019 : toutes les personnes qui cherchent à (...)

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Mission Creep : How the NSA’s Game-Changing Targeting System Built for Iraq and Afghanistan Ended Up on the Mexican Border - 30 mai 2019
In November 2005, two terminals for a new secure communications platform arrived at the U.S. military base at Bagram Airfield, outside Afghanistan’s capital, Kabul. The first of its kind, the system would enable the U.S.’s electronic eavesdropping organization, the National Security Agency, to instantaneously share (...)

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Solitary Voices - 22 mai 2019
Thousands of Immigrants Suffer in Solitary Confinement in ICE Detention Dulce Rivera lived for the one hour a day she was allowed outside, to pace alone on a patch of concrete encased in metal fencing. They called it “the yard,” but it was really a metal cage. Still, it was far better than the misery she endured (...)

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Des "razzias" organisées à Anvers pour "Air Francken" - 22 mai 2019
Bart De Wever, Theo Francken et les leurs ont développé une stratégie bien réfléchie dans les médias et sur les réseaux sociaux. Mais de quoi parlent-ils avec leurs militants et membres quand les caméras et les micros sont absents ? Le journaliste indépendant Aubry Touriel a suivi discrètement une dizaine de réunions (...)

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Le business de la défense : la vraie face cachée des migrations - 19 mai 2019
Pendant trois ans, Sofia Català Vidal et Rosa Pérez Masdeu ont enquêté sur le business de la « sécurité » migratoire ainsi que sur le discours xénophobe au sein de l’Union européenne. Ceux-ci mettent notamment en lumière que les entreprises qui bénéficient du business de la sécurité migratoire sont les mêmes que celles qui (...)

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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 (...)

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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 (...)