In a country where consumers (read: taxpayers) already have little-to-no privacy, it seems outrageous that billion-dollar technology companies can make closed-door deals with law enforcement agencies without US Congressional oversight. Yet here we are. Amazon has reportedly committed to providing ICE with “the best technology,” which sounds like it should be a good thing. ICE, which stands for Immigration Customs Enforcement, is an agency tasked with keeping US borders safe. Unfortunately, ICE and Amazon don’t seem to be interested in addressing the privacy issues surrounding certain aspects of their partnership. And Congress members are frustrated over the blatant disregard for…

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