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Should immigrants be monitored for a period of time?
Should immigrants be monitored when settling in a new country?
This could help the local markets adapt in order to profit from the new cultures.
The correlation of crimes that could be used against immigrants would be disqualified with data.
A non-invasive method such as alerts for when they have run-ins with law enforcement. This would allow them to have privacy as well as the Government having precautionary measures in place.
Direct monitoring would lead to increased interaction between citizens and the immigrants, preventing them from becoming isolated.
Using this data, the community could take action to prevent/benefit from the changes provoked by immigrants.
This could incentivize some citizens to harass immigrants.
People change their behavior when they know that they are being monitored. Therefore surveillance would not result in any beneficial data or prevent crimes after the monitoring period has ended.
Their privacy would be infringed.
This could be used to justify racism.
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