‘A grim prospect’: how cyber surveillance is booming globally



A report based on 20 years of data collected at cyber surveillance and arms fairs indicates that piracy is the fastest growing business segment, alongside more traditional products like guns and tanks. He also argues that many companies in this field operate internationally and deserve more attention from policymakers.

By Patrick Howell O’NeillThe growing overlap between the global arms trade and the secret surveillance industry risks harming US national security and will create the potential for even more abuse unless more accountability introduced, according to a new study. the Atlantic Council think tank, offers one of the most in-depth accounts ever assembled of a burgeoning intercontinental surveillance industry

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