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4 Apr 2014


Launch of the CAUSE coalition & Expert meeting on ICT companies – exploring ways to enhance regulation and strengthen accountability – University Foundation, 11 rue d'Egmont, Brussels– April 4, 2014 | 14:30-17:30

...On April 4th 2014, FIDH is convening a open-dialogue session in Brussels (Room A, University Foundation, 11 rue d'Egmont). This meeting will bring together known experts, NGOs and stakeholders working on ICT companies regulation and accountability issues as well as representatives of the EU, with a view to trigger a debate on the necessity to regulate the activities of communication surveillance companies. This meeting will also mark the official launch of the CAUSE coalition (Coalition Against the Unlawful Surveillance Exports). CAUSE is an international initiative led by key international and national civil society groups which main goal is to ensure that transfers of commercial surveillance technology do not contribute to human rights abuses or internal repression...[refers to Amesys]

Part of the following timelines

France: FIDH & LDH file criminal complaint against Amesys alleging complicity in human rights violations committed by Gaddafi regime in Libya

USA: Corporate speakers at Silicon Valley Human Rights Conference acknowledge need for greater consideration for human rights

France: Une information judiciaire ouverte suite à une plainte de 2 ONG accusant la société Amesys de complicité d’actes de torture en Libye

Resource Centre launches new briefing - highlights human rights lawsuits against companies over alleged abuses in over 25 countries

France : La justice ordonne la poursuite de l’enquête accusant Amesys de «complicité de torture» sous le régime de Kadhafi

James Dunne : « Pendant des années, mon travail a servi à des tyrans »

Report analyses barriers to access judicial remedy for victims of human rights abuses by companies & makes recommendations

France : Le gouvernement encadrera l’exportation des logiciels de surveillance par les entreprises comme Amesys & Qosmos vers les dictatures

Businesses across the Middle East must put human rights above the bottom line (press release)

Corporate Legal Accountability Quarterly Bulletin – Issue 11, December 2013

Amesys lawsuit (re Libya)