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FAQ I've seen Dahua's name appear alongside others in relation to human rights abuses?


Dahua Technology is a private company traded on the public markets that adheres to standards for ethical practices in our industry. We are not controlled by any government. As a publicly-traded company, Dahua does not control how its products are used by governments, businesses, or households. As with many technologies, the technology itself is neutral – the end-user decides to what purpose it is applied. Dahua flatly rejects the allegation that the company is complicit in human rights abuses.