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22 October 2019

Morocco: Human rights defenders harrassed by NSO Group malware as state cracks down on activists

An amnesty International investigtion has discovered targeted attacks against two human rights defenders in Morocco. Maati Monjib, and academic and activist working on issues of freedom of expression, and Abdessadak Ek Bouchattaoui, a human rights...

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15 October 2019

China: Apple accused of sending browsing data and IP addresses to Tencent

Author: South China Morning Post (Hong Kong)

“Apple criticised for sending some browsing data to Chinese social media giant Tencent”, 15 Oct 2019...

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11 October 2019

Hong Kong: Swedish tech firm Yubico donates security keys to protest movement to protect vulnerable internet users

Author: Karen Zhang, South China Morning Post (Hong Kong)

"Swedish tech firm Yubico hands Hong Kong protesters free security keys amid fears over police tactics online", 10 Oct 2019...

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8 October 2019

Access Now asks Novalpina Capital for transparency regarding NSO Group's export activities in the EU; NSO Group responds

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8 October 2019

EU Council adopts law to protect whistleblowers; directive applies to both public and private sectors

On 7 October, the EU Council formally adopted new rules on whistle-blower protection, covering a range of sectors including public procurement, financial services, money laundering, product and transport safety, nuclear safety, public health, consumer...

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7 October 2019

Report examines new wave of legal challenges raised by use of algorithmic decision systems & their impacts

Author: AI Now Institute, New York University

"Litigating Algorithms 2019 US Report: New Challenges to Government Use of Algorithmic Decision Systems", Sep 2019...

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NGO rejoinder
27 September 2019

Rejoinder from Access Now to NSO Group's response

Author: Access Now

Novalpina’s Stephen Peel promised “ robust transparency ” in his March 1, 2019 letter; this latest reply from NSO Group shows that there is still a way to go to deliver on that promise. In its reply, NSO Group claims that it complies with all...

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25 September 2019

China plans to launch controversial social credit rating system for 33 million firms

Author: South China Morning Post (Hong Kong)

“China pushing ahead with controversial corporate social credit rating system for 33 million firms”, 17 Sep 2019...

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23 September 2019

China: Alibaba and Tencent refuse to share loans data with government-backed credit scoring company

Author: Yuan Yang & Nian Liu, Financial Times

“Alibaba and Tencent refuse to hand loans data to Beijing”, 19 Sep 2019...

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Company response
22 September 2019

Response from NSO Group to Access Now letter

Author: NSO Group

NSO Group complies with all applicable laws and regulations, including laws regarding export approval for its technology. NSO has also recently shared a new governance framework that brings the company into alignment with the UN Guiding Principles on...

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