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French companies have "participated in the crackdown conducted by the regime of al-Assad against the Syrian

 
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French companies have "participated in the crackdown conducted by the regime of al-Assad against the Syrian
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posted on 25/07/2012 at 09:46


The League of Human Rights (LDH) and the International Federation of Human Rights (FIDH) will file today with the Paris prosecutor's office a complaint against several French companies that have "participated in the crackdown conducted by the regime of Bashar al-Assad against the Syrian people ", according to information from RTL.

Both associations especially suspect society Qosmos of participating in a consortium for the sale to the Syrian regime of software to intercept Internet communications. This technology would allow Syria to identify "more easily dissidents," according to the lawyers of the FIDH and LDH.

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Qosmos says he withdrew from the consortium, but according to NGOs, "can not be satisfied with a declaration of intent". Lawyers for the LDH and FIDH denounced a "technical assistance" provided by Qosmos. In May, the Paris prosecutor opened an investigation against Amesys, suspected of selling spy equipment to Libya from Muammar Gaddafi. "These companies can not ignore that they trade with the devil, dictatorial regimes that oppress civilians," said Emmanuel Daoud, lawyer associations, to RTL.

According OWNI, Qosmos from November 2011 would have provided Syria with material of "deep packet inspection" technology to measure the quality of network traffic Syrian, and spy exchanges.
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