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Company Response

9 Jun 2022


Response from Cellebrite to allegations about sale of surveillance technology in Latin America & questions from CSO on human rights

Cellebrite Response to the Business & Human Rights Resource Centre, June 9, 2022

"Cellebrite provided the following response to Access Now on 16 May 2022:

Cellebrite is not an offensive cyber-technology company, and we do not produce technology solutions that support surveillance or monitoring efforts. It is important to make a distinction between the 'surveillance and monitoring technologies' that are predictive and come into play before an event occurs and Cellebrite’s Digital Intelligence solutions, which are used lawfully and with a warrant to help federal government agencies and law enforcement investigate an event after it has taken place. Further, Cellebrite has strict licensing policies and restrictions to govern how customers utilize our solutions, and we only sell our technology to companies, organizations, and agencies that agree to abide by the strict licensing policies that govern its proper use."