Monday, January 22nd, 2018

Immigrants need to provide their social media passwords to enter US.

Published on February 10, 2017 by   ·   No Comments

Washington: Trump, the government is preparing to tighten visa issuing to foreigners. The passwords from the social media accounts in the United States could tell what they are doing on internet, the White House officials said today. People from the seven Muslim-majority nations targeted in Donald Trump’s travel ban may have to give their Facebook details to US embassies, under proposals being considered by authorities.He said the aim would be to check out the web use of US visa applicants to “see what they do on the internet”.”We’re looking at some enhanced or some additional screening,This move is taken to vet the immigrants into US. United States Homeland Security Secretary John Kelly said. Only seven countries apply this clause? Or all countries? The resolution is silent on whether the Applicants support it and if they will not support then they are not allowed to enter US,said John Kelly. It is currently in a said stage and planning to execute further.

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