Forbes Magazine’s investigates surveillance in Turkey

Forbes Magazine’s investigates surveillance in Turkey
26 October, 2016 NetClean
NEWS 2016/10/26

Forbes Magazine’s investigates surveillance in Turkey

Yesterday, October 25 2016, Forbes Magazine published an article about surveillance of Internet traffic in Turkey and the company Procera Networks. Procera Networks is an American owned company with regional offices in Sweden.

http://www.forbes.com/sites/thomasbrewster/2016/10/25/procera-francisco-partners-turkey-surveillance-erdogan/#2b8d71a875ce

Without in any way commenting on the debate about the use of the products, it has long been known in the industry that Procera Networks has sold technical solutions to Turkey. NetClean has sometimes been confused with that business deal, which has contributed to rumours of our products being used in Turkey.

With this highly important discussion on the agenda, we would like to clarify that NetClean’s solutions have never been used by Turkey or by Turkish companies.

To avoid any misunderstanding, we would also like to make clear that NetClean’s solutions are solely used to detect and stop child sexual abuse material. We actively say no to any requests to use or develop our technology for any other purposes. We strongly believe in every human’s right to express their opinions and beliefs, and we will never contribute to surveying or restricting freedom of expression.

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