What’s the point of ITAR, again?

The article names Verint Systems Inc, based in New York,  as exporting competing equipment for the $3 billion “Lawful Intercept” market worldwide.

Torture in Bahrain Aided by Nokia Siemens

U.S. and EU export laws and UN sanctions control just a narrow slice of technology such as weapons systems or data encryption. International embargoes that cover a broader range of equipment target only a small circle of the worst actors, such as Myanmar and North Korea.

Published in: on August 23, 2011 at 3:26 pm  Leave a Comment  
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