Dec 262012
 
 December 26, 2012  Posted by  Business, Non-U.S., Surveillance

Alexandra Topping reports:

Human rights campaigners have called for an investigation into the British surveillance technology company Gamma International, which they accuse of exporting controlled surveillance products without licences to regimes with dismal human rights records.

Read more on The Guardian and read Privacy International’s statement and the dossier they compiled.

  One Response to “Customs urged to investigate UK spyware firm”

  1. And if they refuse, tell the big overlords in the USA, they will tighten the screws so hard on the UK that they’d be forced into complying as the USA hates organisations that do this too.

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