U.S., Australia, Denmark, Norway to Curb Tech Exports to Human Rights Abusers
Date posted: 16.12.2021
WASHINGTON, Dec 10 (Reuters) – The White House announced on Friday that Australia, Denmark and Norway would join it in an effort to curb technology exports to governments that use the products for repression.
The White House said last week it was forming the group to address “the misuse of certain dual-use technologies that can lead to human rights abuses” and ensure that “critical and emerging technologies work for and not against democratic societies.”
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