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Histoire
10 December 2018
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Réponse
7 December 2018
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Auteur: Netsweeper

Netsweeper has begun to change its process to align its categorizations with those of other similar categorization companies.  Netsweeper provides tools that are used, inter alia, for the prevention of human trafficking, child exploitation, and...

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Histoire
12 November 2018
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Procès
1 May 2018

Canada: Une entreprise collabore avec des régimes autoritaires et limite l'accès à l'information sur internet

Auteur: Els Bellens, Le Vif

« Une entreprise canadienne aide des régimes autoritaires à censurer internet », 30 avril 2018...

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Histoire
3 October 2016
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Non-réponse
3 October 2016
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Article
21 September 2016
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Auteur: Laura Wright, CBS News (Canada)

Canadian technology company Netsweeper helped the Bahraini government block opposition party websites, various news websites and content critical of Islam, according to a new report by the Citizen Lab at the University of Toronto's Munk School of...

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Rapport
21 September 2016
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Auteur: The Citizen Lab (Canada)

We set out to investigate the presence of Netsweeper installations in Bahrain...Part 1 of this report describes prior research on the use of Netsweeper technology in countries with questionable human rights records, and describes the current political...

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Article
21 September 2016
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Auteur: Ronald Deibert, The Citizen Lab (Canada)

Internet censorship is a major and growing human rights issue today. Access to content is restricted for users onsocial media, like Facebook, on mobile applications, and on search engines.  The most egregious form of censorship, however, is that which...

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Article
21 July 2015
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Auteur: Greg Regaignon & Emily Kaufman, Business & Human Rights Resource Centre

"What will convince Ottawa to rein in Canadian companies?", 21 July 2015...

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