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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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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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15 September 2019

Indigenous Peoples call on ASEAN govts to ensure that corporations follow FPIC and recognise traditional rights

Author: IPHRD at ASEAN People's Forum 2019

"Indigenous People's Statement - ASEAN People's Forum 2019," 12 September  2019...

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13 September 2019

Novalpina Capital claims NSO Group received export licences from Bulgaria & Cyprus, but both states deny claims

Author: Access Now

"Is NSO Group’s infamous Pegasus spyware being traded through the EU?", 12 Sep 2019...

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13 September 2019

NSO group develops human rights policy, vowing to abide by UN Guiding Principles, but human rights watchdogs are sceptical

Author: Steven Scheer, Reuters

"Cyber firm NSO vows to tackle human rights misuse", 10 Sep 2019...

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9 September 2019
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9 September 2019

US State Department calls for feedback on draft guidance for export of surveillance technology

Author: US Department of State

"Draft U.S. Government Guidance for the Export of Surveillance Technology", 4 September 2019...

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9 September 2019

USA: Google fined $170 million for violating children's privacy law on Youtube

Author: Natasha Singer and Kate Conger, New York Times

Google agreed... to pay a record $170 million fine and make changes to protect children's privacy on YouTube... The penalty and changes were part of a settlement with the Federal Trade Commission and New York's attorney general, which had accused...

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7 September 2019

Philippine Govt. probes tech co. selected to revamp database that records Filipino workers' contracts & welfare in Hongkong

Author: Raquel Carvalho, South China Morning Post

"Hong Kong social enterprise claims 'unfair treatment' in investigation launched by Philippine labour secretary", 6 September 2019  The Philippine government is investigating its officials in Hong Kong over the consulate's introduction of a new dat...

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6 September 2019

China: Viral face-swapping app Zao draws privacy concerns

Author: Josh Horwitz, Reuters

“Chinese face-swapping app goes viral, sparks privacy concerns”, 2 September 2019...

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