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Foreign Electronic Surveillance Equipment in Indonesia

Monday, May 6, 2024

Hundreds of electronic surveillance devices entered Indonesia from 2019 to 2021. One company is connected with the Israeli manufacturer of the Pegasus device.

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Companies producing wiretapping and digital forensic forensic equipment saw high sales in Indonesia from 2019 to 2021. During that time, hundreds of hardware and software products from around the world were imported via Singapore. Some of these items were ordered by state agencies, while others reached the country through private companies. One such producer is Polus Tech, a Swiss company founded by a former founder of NSO Group, an intelligence

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SOURCES: AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL SECURITY LAB, GOOGLE’S THREAT ANALYSIS GROUP, PROCESSED FROM VARIOUS SOURCES, INTERVIEWS

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