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There has been a lot of talk about the improper use of technology for the suppression of rights in different countries. The Electronic Frontier Foundation recently published an article featuring Websense for stepping up and issuing a clear human rights policy as an example for other vendors.
In the article, the EFF applauds Websense for its anti-censorship policy and for calling out a challenge to other American technology vendors to join in prohibiting repressive regimes from using US technology to prevent open communications. The EFF quotes Websense for announcing its refusal to engage in a transaction that is similar to what Blue Coat says occurred with the Syrian government.
Below is an excerpt from the article:
Websense is pointing to the technology sector in the direction of promoting freedom; BlueCoat represents the aiding oppressors. The choice for other tech companies is clear, and kudos to Websense for leading the way.
To read the Websense statement on the improper use of technology for censorship and in violation of trade sanctions, click here.
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