Images of tens of thousands of travellers crossing the United States’ border have been stolen from an immigration subcontractor in a data breach, US media reported on Monday. The images were snatched from the network of a subcontractor for US Customs and Border Protection (CBP), after the company copied data to its database without the agency’s consent, according to The New York Times. The data included images of drivers in their cars and license plates taken over a six-week period at an undisclosed border crossing, the newspaper said.
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