Posts Tagged: surveillance

Piggipedia: SS, banks, labor laws

With 11 years experience as the Head of Electronic Investigation Department at (Mubarak’s dissolved Gestapo) State Security Police, one accumulates enough experience to become a banker and an expert on labor law.

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Western Mubaraks

Britain threatens to shut down social media sites, like Facebook and Twitter, or banning suspected “rioters” from using them. In New York, the “NYPD has formed a new unit to track troublemakers who announce plans or brag about their crimes on Twitter, MySpace and Facebook.” While in California: A rail transit provider in the United

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Surveillance chiefs to remain in service

From SS Officers The National Telecommunication Regulatory Authority NTRA has reshuffled its board, and guess what? Not only did SS General Rushdi el-Qamari keep his post, as the interior ministry’s representative on its board, but also Tarek Kamel, Mubarak’s infamous minister of telecommunication, has joined! You can find both their names on the official website

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UK firm offered spying software to Egyptian SS

Gamma International’s Finfisher program would have enabled government spies to monitor activists and censor websites, according to documents obtained by activists after storming State Security Police headquarters in Nasr City: One of the papers, in English and headed Finfisher Proposal: Commercial Offer, contained an offer dated 29 June 2010 to provide “FinSpy” software, hardware, installation

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