Big Tech’s Multinational Corporations (MNCs) work to bolster the Israeli occupation economy through the provision of infrastructure, technology, knowledge, and products to both civil and military institutions. Who Profits’ new Dynamic Report centralizes profiles of the Tech MNCs facilitating Israel’s violations of human rights of occupied Palestinian and Syrian communities.
Big Tech Multinational Corporations (MNCs) are integrated into and have consolidated considerable power over our everyday lives, economies and states. Globally, governments and public institutions are increasingly dependent on private equipment and infrastructure developed and/or managed by MNCs for their operations. This dependency serves as a means for MNCs to develop their products through uninterrupted data extraction and analysis, enhancing their power and increasing their profits.
In this Dynamic Report, Who Profits presents research examining the diverse ways in which MNCs bolster the Israeli occupation economy through the provision of infrastructure, technology, knowledge and products to both civil and military institutions.
The operation of these companies is both enormous and diverse in scale. In some cases, a company is involved in the implementation of a major project for the Israeli military, while in others, companies provide software or equipment for the operation of a broader system. Regardless of scale, the work of these companies bolsters the capacity of an already highly technological and data-oriented Israeli occupation economy and its capacity to dispossess, repress, control and subject Palestinians on both sides of the Green Line to pervasive surveillance.
In this Dynamic Report, Who Profits centralizes the profiles of the Tech MNCs uploaded on its database of companies facilitating Israel’s violations of the human rights of occupied Palestinian and Syrian communities. The database is continuously updated with the addition of new company profiles and updates of existing profiles.
Incorporated companies: Microsoft, Cisco Systems, IBM, Dell Technologies. Follow the links to see the companies’ full profiles.
Prior to publication, Who Profits contacted all the companies featured in this report, to share the information presented and to request a response. Where a response was received, this is noted in the company’s profile.
Published: 22 May 2023.
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