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                The Citizen Lab is at the forefront of investigating and reporting on abuses of mercenary spyware. Our submission highlights the pabilities of spyware and the nature of the spyware industry; how surveillance technology is used to violate fundamental human rights, and more particularly how it is related to enforced disappearances; and we provide recommendations for states, spyware companies, other businesses, civil society, and the Working Group.

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