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Display titleScenario 26: Export licensing of intrusion tools
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Page creatorUncleistvan1BBB (talk | contribs)
Date of page creation15:01, 18 August 2022
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Two different States licensed exports of intrusion tools and related items to a third State. That State then used it to spy on human rights defenders, lawyers, journalists...
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