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Nexa Technologies (formerly AMESys (Advanced Middle East Systems)/Amesys (part of Bull))

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Nexa Technologies was formerly as AMESys, which used to be Amesys (part of Bull) until 2012

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12 June 2020
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Author: Human Rights Watch

« UE : Renforcer les règlementations sur l’export des technologies de surveillance » 9 juin 2020...

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28 April 2020

Cyber-intelligence companies pitch governments on spy tools to trace Covid-19, raising privacy concerns

Author: Joel Schectman, Christopher Bing, & Jack Stubbs, Reuters (UK)

"Special report: Cyber-intel firms pitch governments on spy tools to trace coronavirus," 28 April 2020...

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6 November 2018
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Author: Olivier Tesquet, Télérama (France)

 « L'Union européenne renonce à durcir l'exportation de technologies de surveillance », 29 octobre 2018...

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27 December 2017

France: Judicial investigation opened regarding Nexa Technologies' surveillance equipment sale to Egyptian regime

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23 December 2017
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Author: FIDH

« Vente de matériel de surveillance à l'Egypte : le parquet de Paris ouvre une information judiciaire », 22 décembre 2017...

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22 December 2017

France: Judicial investigation opened regarding Nexa technologies' surveillance equipment sale to Egyptian regime

Author: FIDH

" Sale of surveillance equipment to Egypt: Paris Prosecutor opens a judicial investigation ", 22 Dec 2017...

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30 November 2017

Recent lawsuits contribute to emerging norm of corporate accountability for international crimes, says scholar

Author: Dieneke de Vos, on Just Security

" Corporate Criminal Accountability for International Crimes ", 30 Nov 2017...

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11 November 2017
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9 November 2017
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Author: FIDH

Le 5 juillet 2017, le journal Télérama révélait que la société Amesys avait « changé de nom et d'actionnaires pour vendre ses services au nouveau pouvoir égyptien. Sans que l'État français y trouve à redire » ....

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15 August 2017
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