WikiLeaks Creates Archive of ICE Employee Personal Info Titled ‘ICEPatrol’

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Whistleblowing website WikiLeaks has compiled a searchable archive of U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) employee personal information.

WikiLeaks has released a new searchable archive of employee personal information within ICE titled ICEPatrol. The archive was allegedly created from a list of information released to the public by each staff member by posting to the social media platform LinkedIn. Wikileaks database includes the location of certain employees as well as their position, their employment title, level and a link to their personal LinkedIn profile. A tweet announcing the publication of the new archive can be found below:

WikiLeaks clarified in another tweet that the decision to create this archive was created “in light of the actions taken by ICE lately, such as the separation of children and parents at the US border.”

Many were not impressed by Wikileaks decision to publish this archive, alleging that WikiLeaks could be endangering the lives of ICE agents as many have expressed anger over border security laws being enforced in recent weeks:

USA Today reports that the Department of Homeland Security has yet to respond to a request for comment.

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