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How Saudi Arabia Uses Military-Grade Technology To Track Down Women Who Dare To Flee

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How Saudi Arabia Uses Military-Grade Technology To Track Down Women Who Dare To Flee

How Saudi Arabia Uses Military-Grade Technology To Track Down Women Who Dare To Flee

Women who flee the repressive, male-dominated society of Saudi Arabia expect to be tracked.

They also expect their friends and families to be interrogated, and their social media accounts monitored or frozen.

But according to Business Insider, they rarely expect government agents to go rooting around for the box their iPhone came in.

According to Business Insider, Saudi Arabia is using military-grade technology to track down the cellphones of women who flee its patriarchal regime.

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