2-year investigation reveals ICE has data on most of the American public

NPR’s Emily Feng talks with Nina Wang, a policy associate at the Center on Privacy & Technology and a co-author of a recent study that exposes the widening dragnet of ICE’s surveillance of Americans.


Immigrations and Customs Enforcement has the tools to spy on almost any American. A recent investigation into ICE’s operations found that the agency has long gone beyond its immigration enforcement mandate. It’s been getting around state and local privacy laws to collect huge amounts of data from the American public. This two-year investigation culminated in a recent report released from the Georgetown Law Center on

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