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NGO "Reflets.info" reports that Iranian govt.'s internet censorship system is using HP, ZTE products (includes statement by HP)

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19 September 2013

ZTE did not respond to: NGO Reflets.info reports that Iranian govt.'s internet censorship system is using HP, ZTE products.

20 June 2013

[DOC] HP response to reports that its equipment is being used in Iran Govt.’s internet surveillance system

Author: HP

As a matter of company policy, HP investigates any credible allegations of breaches of these contractual obligations by our partners or resellers and we are actively examining this situation. Respect for human rights is a core value at HP and is inherent in the way we conduct all aspects of our business...

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7 June 2013

Hewlett Packard accused of assisting Iran with censored "halal Internet"

Author: Daily Dot

A French investigative publication has uncovered what they believe is evidence that Hewlett Packard (HP), the $47 billion American IT company, is collaborating with Telecommunications Infrastructure Co. (TCI), Iran’s state-owned ISP, to help limit the kind of information that country’s citizens can access online...According to Reflets.info, Iran appears to use a combination of HP and ZTE equipment to effect this censorship. ZTE is a Chinese telecommunications equipment and systems company...[article includes statement by HP - see also further statement by HP below. We also invited ZTE to respond to the article but it did not]

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