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URGENT: Dokumente der Überwachungsindustrie

Es sind wieder Hunderte Broschüren und Unterlagen: Diesmal stellen Julian Assange und seine Mitstreiter Dokumente von Firmen ins Netz, die Überwachungstechnik herstellen.

Ein Jahr nach “Cablegate” kommen nun die “Spy Files”: Am Donnerstag haben Wikileaks-Gründer Julian Assange und einige Mitstreiter Hunderte Dokumente veröffentlicht, die das Ausmaß des globalen Handels mit Überwachungstechnologien belegen sollen. Die Dokumente stammen von 160 Unternehmen aus 25 Ländern, die mit dem Ausspionieren von Menschen Geld verdienen.

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EXAMPLE: NOKIA SIEMENS Network – 3GPP SA 3 LI handling US and European needs

Bernhard Spalt
Chair 3GPP SA 3 LI
Nokia Siemens Networks
Vienna, Austria

Content
!Structure of 3GPP
!General Concept
!Common IMS
!Dynamic triggering
” Questions
” Conclusion
!Back Up

Definition of the Third Generation Partnership
Project
3GPP will provide globally applicable Technical Specifications
for a 3rd Generation Mobile System based on the evolved GSM
core network, and the Universal Terrestrial Radio Access
(UTRA), to be transposed by relevant standardization bodies
(Organizational Partners) into appropriate deliverables (e.g.,
standards).

NOKIA SIEMENS Network Präsentation

NO TO NOKIA Campaign – Please Support!

No to Nokia

Nokia Siemens has been engaging in a dirty trade: selling surveillance technology to repressive regimes. Under pressure last year from Access and other organizations, their executives were forced to finally admit their technology was used to “suppress dissent” in Iran, but despite their PR spin, Nokia Siemens hasn’t really changed.

Now that Nokia has a new CEO Stephen Elop, who has indicated in staff emails his desire to ‘rebuild their market leadership’, what better way than to immediately halt all sales, support, and service of tracking and surveillance technology to rights abusing governments.

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