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Indonesia has acquired spyware and surveillance technologies through a "murky network" that extends into Israel, Greece, Singapore and Malaysia for equipment sourcing, according to Amnesty International. The human rights org alleged its investigation showcased "the continued failure of multiple countries to regulate and …

  1. Yorick Hunt Silver badge
    Big Brother

    Buying it sneakily as opposed to having it drawn into legislation?

    In an ideal world, neither would occur - but here we are.

  2. Michael Wojcik Silver badge

    Shocked, shocked I tell you

    Indonesia has a government, Amnesty reveals.

    I mean, this is good work by Amnesty. By all means, let's expose this sort of thing where and when we can. But, sadly, it's not at all surprising, just a confirmation of what anyone who pays attention would suspect.

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