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Privacy International's report on how telecommunication firms are complicit in violation of privacy by govt. agents

Author: Privacy International (UK), Published on: 16 March 2017

"New Privacy International investigation exposes the role of Kenyan government surveillance in facilitating torture and extrajudicial killings"

Privacy International has...published a new investigation 'Track, Capture, Kill: Inside Communications Surveillance and Counterterrorism In Kenya'. The report documents how unregulated state surveillance is facilitating human rights abuses, including torture, disappearances and extrajudicial killings.  The investigation is based on unprecedented testimony from dozens of current and former law enforcement, military and intelligence personnel…

 Despite constitutional and other privacy protections, telecommunications operators regularly hand over customer data to both intelligence and law enforcement agencies. Sources who spoke with PI feel that they cannot decline agencies’ requests.

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Related companies: Safaricom