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Position paper: "Surveillance technologies 'Made in Europe': Regulation needed to prevent human rights abuses"
In November 2014, Privacy International released its report "Private Interests: Monitoring Central Asia". The report alleges that firms headquartered in the US, Israel and elsewhere supply sophisticated surveillance technology to Central Asian nati...
Response by Utimaco: German companies’ surveillance technology allegedly used in connection with human rights abuses by authoritarian govts.
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German companies’ surveillance technology allegedly used in connection with human rights abuses by authoritarian regimes
Author: Compiled by Business & Human Rights Resource Centre
[Business & Human Rights Resource Centre invited Atis, Elaman, Gamma Group, Trovicor and Utimaco to respond. Atis, Trovicor and Utimaco responses provided. Elaman & Gamma Group did not respond.] In February 2013, human rights groups filed...
Author: Vernon Silver, Bloomberg
Hewlett-Packard equipment worth more than $500,000 has been installed in computer rooms in Syria, underpinning a surveillance system being built to monitor e-mails and Internet use, according to documents from the deal and a person familiar with the...
Author: Ben Elgin, Vernon Silver, Bloomberg
As Syria’s crackdown on protests has claimed more than 3,000 lives since March, Italian technicians...have been busy equipping President Bashar al-Assad’s regime with the power to intercept, scan and catalog virtually every e-mail that flows through...