Homeland Security to begin collecting more data on immigrants

mobile social mediaThe Department of Homeland Security will begin increasing the amount of online data it collects about immigrants in October, according to reports. DHS will expand its data collection to include social media posts and search results. The new policy will include immigrants who have obtained a green card as well as naturalized citizens, and is scheduled to go into effect on October 18th. More details are available at the Federal Register and Gizmodo.

 
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