Selling exploits should be outright illegal. Even when there is a list of so called "good" countries, like this organization showed, there are always ways to reach a prohibited potential client as the email shows:
HackingTeam will sell directly to your company and then TunsmosPetroleum will add its own mark up.
The outrage should be that a commercial company is saying that the laws (freedom of expression here) don't apply for people who are not Americans. I'll take the analogy to the extreme to highlight what I mean. What if a person was killed by an American organization or person. Does that killed person lose their legal rights because they are not an American citizen? I don't think so. This is just a play on words on Chevron's side to try and sidestep the law.
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