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DHS Doxxing: US Wants Social Media Details of Foreign Visitors


U.S. Customs and Border Protection officers screen international passengers arriving at the Dulles International Airport in Dulles, Va., November 29, 2016. U.S. Customs and Border Protection Photo by Glenn Fawcett (Source: WikiCommons)

INDUS SPECIAL host Meshal Malik discusses the new US Visa rules which require visitors to the US to provide their social media account details, and possibly email addresses, phone numbers. This is raising concerns from an international law and human rights perspective regarding a person’s right to privacy and freedom of expression. Will this trigger a wider chilling effect on global political speech, particularly those foreign nationals wanting to travel to the US? Will other countries copy this same program, and what are the ramifications of that? Panel of analysts, including Klaus Jurgens, Raphael Camisao, Patrick Henningsen, Ieva Miluna, Dr. David Lowe, and Adam Khaze. Watch: 

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