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UN body urged to take position on export of surveillance material

Reporters without borders
As the UN Human Rights Council continues its 26th session and a panel discussion is held today on corporate social responsibility, Reporters Without Borders urges the council to promote the adoption of clear and binding rules on online surveillance and censorship. Businesses sell technology to authoritarian regimes that allows them to carry out large-scale online surveillance of their population. This technology has been and still is used in Libya, Egypt, Morocco and Ethiopia to arrest, (...)

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