In line with Trump's emphasis on "extreme vetting," the administration plans to require immigrants applying to come to the U.S. to also submit five years of social media history. Critics argue this would be a huge privacy violation that could set a dangerous precedent. But proponents argue law-abiding immigrants should have nothing to worry about, and the rule is designed to keep bad people out and keep everyone safe. What do you think? 📱
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