Spyware

How can breaching citizens’ privacy be lawful?

We should be concerned about the deployment of surveillance tech without any judicial oversight

Israeli digital intelligence firm decides not to sell products to Bangladesh

Cellebrite, an Israel-based digital intelligence firm, has decided to halt sales to Bangladesh, stating its concern that the tools might lead to violation of human rights. According to recent reports by Haaretz, the longest-running newspaper of Israel, Cellebrite’s "hardware was reportedly used by a paramilitary unit accused of extrajudicial killings, torture and disappearances of civilians and journalists."

January 18, 2023
January 18, 2023

How can breaching citizens’ privacy be lawful?

We should be concerned about the deployment of surveillance tech without any judicial oversight

August 19, 2021
August 19, 2021

Israeli digital intelligence firm decides not to sell products to Bangladesh

Cellebrite, an Israel-based digital intelligence firm, has decided to halt sales to Bangladesh, stating its concern that the tools might lead to violation of human rights. According to recent reports by Haaretz, the longest-running newspaper of Israel, Cellebrite’s "hardware was reportedly used by a paramilitary unit accused of extrajudicial killings, torture and disappearances of civilians and journalists."