Thursday, February 03, 2011
U.S., U.K. Companies Help Egyptian Regime Shut Down Telecommunications and Identify Dissidents
Doing the regime’s bidding, British-based Vodafone shut down Egypt’s phone and internet service. The American company called Narus — owned by Boeing — sold Egypt the surveillance technology that helped identify dissident voices.'
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