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29 October 2019
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Author: El Tiempo

WhatsApp demanda a empresa israelí por espionaje en su plataforma, 29 de octubre de 2019...

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29 October 2019

Response from Ring

Author: ring

We appreciate the opportunity to engage further on these issues and provide clarity on how the Neighbors app works with local police. The letter referenced is based on a misinformed and incorrect understanding of Ring products and services. Ring's...

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29 October 2019

USA: Civil society groups allege Amazon Ring's partnerships with police threaten privacy & civil liberties; Ring responds

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25 October 2019
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Author: Amnesty International

« Maroc. Des défenseurs des droits humains ciblés par un logiciel espion de NSO Group,» 10 octobre 2019...

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

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17 October 2019

Facebook's plan to add end-to-end encryption to its messaging services receives mixed responses from govts. & civil society

Facebook announced that it would add end-to-end encryption to all of its messaging services in an effort to better protect the privacy of its users. The announcement was supported by many human rights NGOs, noting the need to protect the right to...

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16 October 2019

USA: Amazon CEO announces support for facial recognition regulation while own product faces privacy & discrimination-related concerns

Amazon's CEO and founder, Jeff Bezos, has expressed support for some regulation of facial recognition technologies and shared that Amazon's public policy is working on crafting facial recognition regulation. ...

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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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