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Company Response

22 Jun 2022

Response from IBM to allegations about sale of surveillance technology in Latin America

"IBM opposes and does not condone the use of technology for mass surveillance, racial profiling, violations of basic human rights and freedoms, or any purpose that conflicts with the company’s values, principles and commitment to the responsible stewardship of technology. We employ rigorous processes across our global operations to protect against direct or third-party business engagements that may run counter to these commitments.

Further, IBM no longer supplies technology to the Intelligent Operations Center in Davao and has not done so since 2012. We never supplied facial recognition capability for the center. IBM divested the i2 product portfolio in December 2021."

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