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VASTech sells Monitoring Centres and Communications Monitoring technology. They have been found in Libya. South African export law doesn't specifically regulate these technologies, so they can easily end up in the wrong hands.


7 Quantum Street
Technopark
Stellenbosch
7600
South Africa

CEO: Andre Rebb

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One of the central purposes of the Surveillance industry Index is to allow the materials collected to be available for search for the general public, regardless of the level of knowledge that t

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On at least two separate occasions, the South African government has provided funding to a well-resourced surveillance company for the development of mass surveillance technologies, the very equipm

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In our ongoing campaign to prevent the sale of surveillance technologies to repressive regimes, Privacy International today has

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People often ask me why I investigate the surveillance trade - surely the police and intelligence services need these technologies to prevent serious crime and terrorism?

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For some time now, Gamma International has been criticised for exporting dangerous surveillance technologies from the UK to repressive regimes.

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Surveillance Industry Index uses material released as part of the WikiLeaks Spy Files and other partners. This research was conducted as part of our Big Brother Incorporated project, an investigation into the international surveillance trade that focuses on the sale of technologies by Western companies to repressive regimes intent on using them as tools of political control.

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