DNA testing could reunite families at the US border — and fuel surveillance
The Verge -------- More than 2,000 children have been separated from their parents at the US border as a result of the White House’s new “zero tolerance” policy, and immigration agencies seem to have no clear plan for reuniting them. In one case, a six-year-old’s ability to remember her aunt’s phone number became her only lifeline to her family. “Most children here aren’t able to give names, much less a phone number,” an official told ProPublica. With children less than a year old lost in the system, it’s become heartbreakingly difficult to simply match children to the parents that brought them. To learn more click on the picture below to read the article.