U.S.-Canadian firm Sandvine fosters Russian censorship infrastructure
Sandvine has been providing Russia with DPI tech that enables surveillance and censorship. We call on Sandvine to withdraw its technology from Russia, and urge the U.S. to launch an investigation and pursue robust regulations for abusive technology.
Sandvine, Francisco Partners facing mounting pressure for accountability around censorship tools
Access Now, CPJ, EFF, and digital security experts Ron Deibert and Christopher Parsons are calling on California Attorney General Xavier Becerra to look into the activities of Sandvine and its owners Francisco Partners for potential legal violations arising out of their contracts with Belarus.
Censorship tech company Sandvine’s human rights “commitments” are too little too late
Sandvine withdrawing its product support in Belarus after abuses have already occurred is a necessary but deeply insufficient gesture from a company whose investors have a long track record of failing to protect human rights.
NSO Group “in like Flynn”? We must bring surveillance tech out of the shadows
A spyware scandal may go all the way to the top echelons of U.S. power.
Blackstone won’t invest in the NSO Group’s “toxic” spyware
Blackstone has dropped plans to invest in NSO Group. Now its current financial backers should step up to respect human rights.