Casos verificados de uso ilegítimo de software de vigilancia por parte de gobiernos de América Latina 2015-2016

Rafael Bonifaz, Andrés Delgado-Ron

Resumen


El presente artículo es una investigación bibliográfica y análisis exploratorio acerca de la vigilancia estatal en internet en América Latina. Describe los alcances de las capacidades de vigilancia gubernamental mediante el estudio de la documentación publicada por Edward Snowden y Wikileaks entre 2011 y 2017. Resume la presencia de la industria de vigilancia en América Latina y presenta cuatro casos de estudio sobre uso ilegítimo de software de espionaje y vigilancia en la región.

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