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Daily Dashboard | CBP's asylum seekers app brings privacy concerns Related reading: South Korea, UK finalize adequacy decision

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A U.S. Customs and Border Protection mobile application to help manage the information of asylum seekers is receiving backlash from privacy advocates, The Los Angeles Times reports. The CBP One app employs facial recognition, geolocation and cloud technology to collect, process and store the sensitive information. Despite privacy impact assessments from the Department of Homeland Security deeming the app as necessary, American Civil Liberties Union National Security Project Senior Attorney Ashley Gorski said the app "poses enormous risks to privacy and is another step down a dangerous path."
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