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22 Jul 2015

Hacking Team

Statement from Hacking Team

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...Hacking Team has been accused of selling technology to various countries at a time that such sales were banned.  This is not true.  In the case of every sale, Hacking Team has complied with regulations in effect at the time of the sales.  Today the company complies with new regulation developed in 2014 and enacted in January 2015.  Under this new regulation, Italy reviews all sales of Hacking Team technology in accordance with European Union and Wassenaar Arrangement requirements. The sale of “weapons” have been banned to certain countries.  Hacking Team technology has never been categorized as a weapon.  At the time of the company’s only sale to Sudan in 2012, the HT technology was not classified as a weapon, arms or even dual use. In fact, it is only recently that has Hacking Team technology been categorized under the Wassenaar Arrangement as a “dual use technology” that could be used for both civil and military purposes.  Dual use technologies are regulated separately from weapon technologies...

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