Doss comments on proposed vetting process for U.S. visa applicants
April Doss, partner and chair of Saul Ewing’s Cybersecurity and Privacy Practice, is quoted in this article on the Trump Administration’s proposed vetting process for prospective U.S. visa applicants. The article explains that the new proposal would require applicants to turn over their phones and data to allow for a closer examination of their personal information and contacts.
"To do that sort of collection on this scale would be quite detrimental to intelligence activities, because you would get so much garbage that has nothing to do with anything," said April in the article.
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