El Salvador: how dirty data entraps immigrants to the U.S.
The U.S. is using unreliable information from El Salvador for immigration processes, entrapping innocent immigrants. It’s time to stop dirty data-sharing agreements, reform the process, and protect people’s rights.
Honoring Fred Korematsu: Why data protection matters for marginalized communities
Korematsu resisted internment under a U.S. WWII policy targeting Japanese Americans, many of whom were identified through census data. We support a bill to honor his legacy.
Survey: Should the U.S. government collect social media accounts for visa applications?
Can you be deported for a tweet? Maybe soon. The U.S. government needs to know what you think! Weigh in by taking our short survey.