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Researchers have identified a Canadian company at the center of a small Arab nation's online censorship system -- a finding that sits awkwardly with Ottawa officials' public support for digital freedoms.Citizen Lab Director Ron Deibert said the discovery undermines Canadian leaders' forceful condemnations of online censorship .Researchers at Citizen Lab said they confirmed the company's role there by scouring Bahrain's internet space for Netsweeper installations and trying to access blocked sites from a server in the country.Citizen Lab has been tracking Netsweeper's work for years .
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