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[liberationtech] Special report on Internet surveillance, focusing on 5 governments and 5 companies

Warigia Bowman warigia at
Tue Mar 12 07:39:53 PDT 2013

Thanks for this.

On Tue, Mar 12, 2013 at 9:26 AM, Grégoire Pouget <gregoire at> wrote:

> Dear LibTech,
> Today, 12 March, World Day Against Cyber-Censorship, Reporters Without
> Borders is releasing a Special report on Internet surveillance,
> available at
> For this year’s “Enemies of the Internet” report, Reporters Without
> Borders has identified Five State Enemies of the Internet, five “spy”
> states that conduct systematic online surveillance that results in
> serious human rights violations. They are Syria, China, Iran, Bahrain
> and Vietnam.
> Without advanced technology, authoritarian regimes would not be able to
> spy on their citizens. Reporters Without Borders has compiled a list of
> five “Corporate Enemies of the Internet,” five private sector companies
> that it regards as “digital era mercenaries” because they sell products
> that are used by authoritarian governments to commit violations of human
> rights and freedom of information. They are Gamma, Trovicor, Hacking
> Team, Amesys and Blue Coat.
> Any comment or feedback on this report is very welcome >>
> Best,
> --
> Grégoire Pouget,
> New Media Desk // Bureau Nouveaux Médias
> Reporters Without Borders // Reporters sans frontières
> @fightcensors_en @fightcensors_fr
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Dr. Warigia Bowman
Assistant Professor
Clinton School of Public Service
University of Arkansas
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