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3 August 2016

Privacy Intl. releases new database to track global surveillance industry

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6 July 2016
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Author: Heinrich-Böll-Stifung

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31 May 2016

Case of U.A.E. buying commercial spyware to crackdown on activists reflects broader trend - New York Times

Author: Nicole Perlroth, The New York Times

"Governments Turn to Commercial Spyware to Intimidate Dissidents", 29 May 2016...

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23 February 2016

Amnesty Intl. report says UK's OECD National Contact Point is failing to hold companies to account over human rights abuses

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20 October 2015

New report on corporate abuse overseas by UK companies illustrates accountability gap

CORE’s new report, The Bottom Line: UK Corporate Abuse Overseas brings together ten recent case studies of serious abuses allegedly linked to UK corporations’ international operations.  The report contains comments by the companies concerned.

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16 October 2015

Gamma surveillance technology allegedly used to "crush" opponents of Ugandan President

Author: Nick Hopkins & Jake Morris, BBC Newsnight

"UK firm's surveillance kit 'used to crush Uganda opposition", 15 Oct 2015...

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16 October 2015

Uganda: Report alleges Gamma Group's technology used to repress political opponents; includes company's comments

Author: Nick Hopkins & Jake Morris, BBC

"UK firm's surveillance kit 'used to crush Uganda opposition"...

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12 June 2015

OECD Watch publishes Quarterly Case Update (June 2015)

Author: OECD Watch

"OECD Watch Quarterly Case Update", Jun 2015...

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7 April 2015
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7 April 2015

Ethiopia: German Intelligence-software companies accused of facilitating mass surveillance of journalists, activists & citizens

German companies Trovicor, Gamma & Elaman are alleged to have provided Ethiopian intelligence services with surveillance equipment.  According to Human Rights Watch and Privacy International the Ethiopian intelligence agency "has used intercepted...

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