U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement
ICE launches investigation after data of more than 6,000 immigrants exposed
The probe is being led by the agency's Office of Professional Responsibility and Office of the Chief Information Officer.
GAO warns ICE has incomplete data on technology transfer risks from foreign students
ICE has incomplete data on whether foreign students from nations including China pose risks for IP theft, according to a watchdog.
Senators petition ICE to curtail ‘Orwellian’ use of facial recognition, surveillance technology
Sens. Edward Markey, D-Mass., and Ron Wyden, D-OR. call on the agency to stop purchasing private information from data brokers.
ICE awards $341.6M in cloud hosting contracts to Four Point Technology
The awards come after ICE amended the solicitation in response to protests over cloud service provider limitations from Oracle and Mythics.
Clearview AI to sell technology to private sector as well as government agencies
CEO Hoan Ton-That says the company will look to sell a new “consent-based” product to corporate customers.
DHS hit with FOIA lawsuit over social media data collection program for visa applicants
The Electronic Frontier Foundation seeks details about the department’s Visa Lifestyle Vetting Initative.