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Joint Call: Stop All Surveillance Tech Sales to the Region’s Autocratic Governments

Source Access Now
Tuesday , 27 July 2021

The MENA Surveillance Coalition, co-led by Access Now and the Gulf Center for Human Rights, together with 33 human rights organizations, including the Samir Kassir Foundation, are demanding the immediate end to the sale of surveillance technology to Middle East and North Africa’s (MENA) autocratic governments. This call for action comes against the backdrop of the disturbing revelations of the Pegasus Project investigation led by Amnesty International and Forbidden stories.


“The MENA region has become a breeding ground for invasive surveillance, allowing for private tech companies to reap profits off egregious human rights violations,” said Marwa Fatafta, MENA Policy Manager at Access Now. “Exporting surveillance tech to autocrats comes with a heavy human rights price tag. It should not take another Khashoggi for states to wake up and put an immediate end to this practice.” 


In 2016, a breaking investigation by Citizen Lab exposed one of the earliest uses of NSO Group’s Pegasus spyware in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) to spy on prominent Emirati human rights defender Ahmed Mansoor, who is now serving 10 years in prison on trumped up charges. Since then, the surveillance industry has exponentially flourished across MENA. The investigation named four MENA countries as NSO Group clients, Morocco, Bahrain, Saudi Arabia, and the UAE, whose targets make less than half of the leaked data of 50,000 phone numbers identified as potential surveillance targets across the world.


With no regulatory framework of the surveillance tech industry, autocratic governments in the region have found their go-to tools to further repress human rights defenders and journalists, and suppress freedom of expression and the media with full impunity. 


The MENA Surveillance Coalition and other human rights organizations are calling for an immediate halt to the use, sale and transfer of surveillance technology to autocratic oppressive governments across the region. Other recommendations include: 

  • Revoking all export licenses of surveillance technology and business ties to non-democratic states in the region;
  • Initiating an independent investigation into targeted surveillances, and ensuring that victims have access to remedy and reparation;
  • Adopting a legal framework that requires transparency about the use and acquisition of the surveillance technologies;
  • Engaging in  human rights mechanisms that put controls on the use, development, and export of surveillance technologies, and the surveilling of human rights defenders; and
  • Initiating a follow-up criminal investigation into the killing of Jamal Khashoggi and the surveillance of his family members and associates.

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