Avast blog: The U.S. government wants to expand the use of social media for visa vetting

For the past several years, millions of foreign visitors and potential immigrants entering the US have divulged the contents of their social media accounts to the US Department of Homeland Security (DHS). This requirement is part of the Visa Lifecycle Vetting Initiative (VLVI) that began in 2014 and has been expanded in 2019.

You can read more about the evolution and dangers of this program in my post for Avast’s blog here.

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