Immigration Policing and Federalism Through the Lens of Technology, Surveillance, and Privacy

November 2013
Ohio State Law Journal;2013, Vol. 74 Issue 6, p1105
Academic Journal
The article focuses on immigration policing and federalism in the U.S. and discusses the emergence of automated immigration policing (AIP). It examines federal governments two automated immigration policing initiatives including Secure Communities and the National Crime Information Center's Immigration Violators File and reflects that these programs disturbs the equilibrium of state and local participation in immigration policing. It analyzes the privacy concerns raised by AIP.


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