Nokia Networks (part of Nokia)

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Nokia Networks was a joint venture of Nokia and Siemens known as Nokia Siemens Networks until August 2013 when Nokia acquired Siemens' share of the company.

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22 June 2009

Iran: The impact of technology firms on freedom of expression - focus on Nokia Siemens Networks (commentary by Chip Pitts)

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22 June 2009

Provision of Lawful Intercept capability in Iran

Author: Nokia Siemens Networks

Recent media reports have speculated about Nokia Siemens Networks’ role in providing monitoring capability to Iran. To clarify: Nokia Siemens Networks [joint venture Nokia & Siemens] has provided Lawful Intercept capability solely for the...

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13 April 2009

Fed contractor, cell phone maker sold spy system to Iran

Author: Eli Lake, The Washington Times [USA]

Two European companies…last year installed an electronic surveillance system for Iran that human rights advocates and intelligence experts say can help Iran target dissidents. Nokia Siemens Networks (NSN), a joint venture between...Nokia and...Siemens...

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27 March 2009

HP, Lafarge, Nike, Johnson & Johnson and other leading global corporations are cutting emissions by 50 million tons

Author: World Wildlife Fund (WWF)

Many WWF Climate Savers Companies gather in Washington to demonstrate to policymakers that emission cuts and economic growth can go hand-in-hand…Some of the world’s most iconic global corporations…announced an estimated 50 million tons of voluntary...

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28 August 2008

Leave the detective work to the government!

Author: Bununus, Digitalslander [USA]

[T]echnology companies…have often been criticised for assisting governments in what many see as unwarranted intrusion…Now…Siemens has gone a step further, developing a complete “surveillance in a box” system called the Intelligence Platform, designed...

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