Activist Leaks Files From a Data Broker for Demoing its Software With ICE

Joseph Cox reports:

To protest a data broker giving trial accounts of their product to U.S. Immigrations and Customs Enforcement, a source has provided Motherboard with internal files of Sayari, a company that collects and resells access to data on citizens from more than a hundred different countries. Sayari’s data banks include physical addresses, email addresses, and bank account information. Sayari sells its tool to government agencies, private companies, and journalistic outlets, which can use it to search through all of the company’s data.

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