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An overview of the legal problems presented by DHS's reported plans to send undocumented nationals from Central American states who enter along the U.S. southern border back to Mexico before giving them a U.S. deportation hearing.
President-elect Donald Trump announced another two appointments for key national security positions: Retired Brigadier General John Kelly for Secretary of the Department of Homeland Security and Iowa Governor Terry Branstad as Ambassador to China.
Despite alarmist rhetoric to the contrary, DHS's new proposal to seek information about the online presence of individuals trying to enter the United States from Visa Waiver countries is a relatively modest plan to obtain potentially valuable information through the least intrusive means possible.
Parts of CISA are aimed at creating more overall information sharing, and parts are aimed at avoiding causing less. The AIS system matters to recognizing why and how these compromises take shape.
DHS has unveiled the CISA portal ... three months ago. If we’re going to have a debate about information sharing as government overreach, it's important to examine the law in the context of the actual system.