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Cyber-intelligence companies pitch governments on spy tools to trace Covid-19, raising privacy concerns
Author: Joel Schectman, Christopher Bing, & Jack Stubbs, Reuters (UK)
"Special report: Cyber-intel firms pitch governments on spy tools to trace coronavirus," 28 April 2020...
- Related in-depth areas: COVID-19 (Coronavirus) Outbreak: Surveillance, censorship & privacy Technology and Human Rights: Digital Freedom
- Related companies: Alphabet Apple Cellebrite (part of Sun Corporation) Cytrox (part of WiSpear) Facebook Google (part of Alphabet) Intellexa (joint venture Nexa Technologies, WiSpear, & Cytrox) Nexa Technologies (formerly AMESys (Advanced Middle East Systems)/Amesys (part of Bull)) NSO Group Sun Corporation Verint Whatsapp (part of Facebook) WiSpear
Author: Channel News Asia
A rule change by the [Israeli] defence ministry means companies can now obtain exemptions on marketing licences for the sale of some products to specific countries... Industry specialists say the change makes a speedier approval process possible for...
Novalpina Capital comments on letter regarding its buyout of NSO Group, sued for enabling surveillance of activists
Author: Alex Plough, Yifan Yu & Mariana Valle, Debtwire (UK)
"Israeli Spyware Firm NSO Group Confronts Controversial Past As It Seeks $500 Million Buyout Loan", 25 Feb 2019...
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...
Verint did not respond to: Report alleges companies selling of surveillance equipment to repressive govts.
- Related in-depth areas: Human Rights First & OWNI Digital articles on surveillance technology & oppressive regimes
- This is a non response from the following companies: Verint