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U.S. Calls for NetApp Probe on Syria Spy Tech

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Ben Elgin and Vernon Silver
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Eric King, human rights and technology adviser for Privacy International in London, said companies shouldn’t be allowed to recklessly disregard the potential for harm. “The fact that there may be several degrees of separation between the original seller and the end user does not negate responsibility when products designed to facilitate blanket surveillance of a population are used for exactly that,” King said.