In the report, Hikvision insists that it maintains respect for human rights in its business operations. The company has previously said that once its equipment is handed over to installers, there is no longer any supervision or control over the equipment.
In its latest management report, the company said it "continues to seek the best means to prevent end-users from improperly using products that could lead to interference with human rights". Dahua has said in the past that it complies with "all applicable industry email list local, national and international laws, regulations and conventions" and said it "has not and will not develop solutions for any particular ethnic group." Reports have alleged that Dahua has developed tools designed to identify Uighurs.
"Demonization" Hikvision told the BBC in a statement: "Monitors have always played a key role in the UK's fight against crime and terrorism. Hikvision is proud of our role in this." "There are also some non-mainstream groups in the UK. They want to see a massive reduction of monitors in the UK. They are willing to throw all kinds of false accusations against monitors.