"Tough on Immigration" Means Boon To Private Detention Industry, But Not Without Controversy

This article from The New York Times sheds light on how some international security companies have been capitalizing on the more aggressive approach to immigration by countries. The article addresses how the increased crackdowns by countries such as the U.S., Britain, and Australia, have led to a lucrative private detention industry, which sometimes leads to drastic consequences on detainees. Read the complete article by Nina Bernstein: http://www.nytimes.com/2011/09/29/world/asia/getting-tough-on-immigrants-to-turn-a-profit.html?_r=1&pagewanted=1&hp

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