Government surveillance data of travelers hacked

Surveillance photos of international travelers and license plates were hacked as part of a "malicious cyber-attack" on a federal contractor, the CBP said.
0:26 | 06/11/19

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New questions this morning about the security of personal that of a federal agencies collect from us. US customs and Border Patrol says the images of tens of thousands of travelers were stolen during a data breach that targeted a sub contractors web site. The photos were use in facial recognition program. Pictures of license plates crossing the border during a six week period were also stolen at doubt that could provide valuable information to a foreign government.

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