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18 April 2012

Global Online Freedom Act 2012 Is An Important Step Forward

Author: Cindy Cohn & Jillian York, Electronic Frontier Foundation

...[The] newly-amended Global Online Freedom Act (GOFA),...while far from perfect, is an important step toward protecting human rights and free expression online...[Let's] take a deeper look…The bill contains a number of excellent measures that would...

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30 August 2011
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Author: blog "Big Browser", Le Monde [France]

Le Wall Street Journal est entré dans les locaux des services du renseignement libyen, chargés de surveiller les conversations des opposants, et y a fait une intéressante découverte. Le logo d'Amesys, entreprise française filiale de Bull, trône sur les...

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30 August 2011

Firms Aided Libyan Spies: First Look Inside Security Unit Shows How Citizens Were Tracked

Author: Paul Sonne & Margaret Coker, Wall Street Journal

...[A]gents working for Moammar Gadhafi...[spied] on emails and chat messages with the help of technology Libya acquired from the West. The recently abandoned [surveillance] room is lined with posters and...manuals stamped with the name Amesys, a unit...

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25 February 2011

Telcos, social media sites get a conscience call

Author: Leslie D'Monte, Business Standard (India)

Companies like Facebook, Vodafone are being reprimanded by human rights groups for bowing down to governments...Human rights groups like Amnesty International and Access...are highlighting a simultaneous trend in cyberspace, “a deeply disturbing and...

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