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29 Sep 2022

Tech companies accused of supplying surveillance systems to Libyan and Egyptian intelligence services which facilitated monitoring of asylum seekers' social media accounts

The Resource Centre invited companies allegedly linked to human rights abuse resulting from the use of migration surveillance solutions being supplied to governments in the MENA region to respond; details on their responses and non-responses can be found below. For more on this research, read our briefing: Scrutinising migration surveillance: Human rights responsibilities of tech companies operating in MENA

Company Responses

Nexa Technologies (formerly Amesys) View Response
Dassault Aviation

No Response

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