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.
What spy firm Cellebrite can’t hide from investors
Cellebrite could soon get a greenlight to go public, rewarding its facilitation of human rights abuses across the globe with more power and money. We map these abuses, show how Cellebrite’s human rights compliance has failed, and urge investors to require the company to improve its compliance or lose the deal.