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Wireless Helps Share Information on Human Rights

Human Rights Watch Executive Director Kenneth Roth says that human rights violations have become much harder to hide because witnesses use wireless send information globally as events happen. As part of our March blog theme highlighting international wireless use, this clip from International CTIA WIRELESS® 2011 highlights how wireless allows individuals in conflict areas to share information in real time, shaming leaders that commit human rights violations and making it harder for foreign governments to hide human rights atrocities.

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