Report: Inquiry into Allot for Iran tech sales is closed

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January 25, 2012 10:27

 
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The Defense Ministry closed an investigation into Allot Communications Ltd. this week, Army Radio reported Wednesday. Late last year, a Bloomberg News report alleged the company was selling - without its knowledge - Internet surveillance technology to Iran.

The investigation into the allegations the company passed sensitive information to Iran was completed in recent days by the ministry's export supervision unit. The results of the inquiry were that the company did not pass advanced technology to the Islamic Republic, according to the report.

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