New analysis: companies deploying surveillance tech in LATAM lack human rights transparency
Nuevo análisis: Las empresas que distribuyen tecnologías de vigilancia en LATAM no ofrecen transparencia en materia derechos humanos
¿Qué se necesita para que las empresas de tecnología de vigilancia masiva respondan en materia de derechos humanos?
What will it take for mass surveillance tech companies to respond on human rights?
Wall Street keeps bankrolling dangerous surveillance tech. Congress must act
The Cellebrite IPO got a green light despite the evidence showing the Israeli spy firm’s technology facilitates human rights abuse around the world. Here’s how to fix the broken public disclosure process.
Four ways the international community can protect Belarusian civil society under attack
One year after Belarus’ disputed 2020 elections, government crackdowns have made it nearly impossible for civil society to operate within the country. Here’s how the international community can help.
Cellebrite going public? Stop the deal!
The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has approved Israeli surveillance firm Cellebrite’s Form F-4 Registration Statement, paving the way for Cellebrite going public with a NASDAQ listing. To smooth the process, Cellebrite published “Ethics & Integrity” statements. But the company has made no progress on demonstrating compliance with human rights. Neither investors nor NASDAQ should be swayed by these empty statements.