ICT firms that operate in repressive regimes have to find a balance that respects the human rights of users and fulfills their legal obligation to respond to authorities’ lawful demands

Government interference is one of the most imminent threats to consumer data and human rights around the world. Access to large pools of consumer data facilitates repressive regimes to squelch free speech and monitor and control citizens, particularly in places where the rule of law is weak.

As Peter Micek,...

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