LexisNexis signed a $16.8 million contract to provide ICE with personal information on immigrants. The contract comes less than two years after the company claimed it was “not working with [ICE] to build data infrastructure to assist their efforts.” Mijente, a Latinx advocacy organization, shared LexisNexis’ Feb. 25 ICE contract revealing the company would provide DHS investigators access to billions of records that contain personal data from public and private sources. These sources include credit history, bankruptcy records, license plate image and cellular subscriber information.

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LexisNexis signs massive contract with ICE to give personal information.