There are abuses on public privacy from stealing information and secretly monitoring communications or manipulating what people read by obtaining information related to cybersecurity by some countries that have huge electronic capabilities, and this situation has recently spread widely, and we, as an organization concerned with human rights and the privacy of individuals and community groups, call on the relevant authorities to develop solid mechanisms and methodologies to preserve information and communications and what people read, acquiring their addresses, and overcome weaknesses in operational technology (OT).
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