From India to Rwanda, the victims of NSO Group’s WhatsApp hacking speak out
Five human rights defenders who suffered from the NSO Group WhatsApp hack have stepped forward to tell their stories — sharing how their governments used NSO Group’s products to surveil them, and consequences they have faced as a result.
Two years after Khashoggi’s slaying, no accountability for spyware firm or Saudi government
Friday marks two years since Jamal Khashoggi, a Washington Post columnist and a prominent critic of the Saudi government, was brutally murdered after being surveilled using NSO Group technology. The company has yet to be held to account.
NSO Group “in like Flynn”? We must bring surveillance tech out of the shadows
A spyware scandal may go all the way to the top echelons of U.S. power.
Hacking in a war zone: Pegasus spyware in the Azerbaijan-Armenia conflict
A joint investigation by civil society and independent researchers has uncovered hacking of Armenia spyware victims with NSO Group’s Pegasus spyware.
NSO Group’s Pegasus spyware: how we got here and what now
Civil society’s push to hold NSO Group accountable for its Pegasus spyware is working. Here’s what the Biden administration can do next.
Is NSO Group’s infamous Pegasus spyware being traded through the EU?
When sophisticated surveillance systems are sold and used effectively without constraint, it puts civil society, free expression, and our democracies at risk.
New report shows 100+ members of civil society targeted as NSO Group continues to evade scrutiny
Evidence shows that civil society remains under attack through the use of NSO Group spyware. We call for corporate accountability and global action to stop these attacks.
Victims of NSO Group malware attacks deserve more than silence and complicity
Surveillance and tracking complement and facilitate threats, torture, and murder. We need more action, not words, to stop the human rights violations.
In India, malware plants false “evidence” of crime on activist’s laptop
Technical analysis submitted in a court case against activists in India reveals a malware attack to plant key evidence used against the accused. Notably, several activists subject to persecution as well as those connected with the defendants had already been targeted for malware attacks using NSO Group technology.
Unsafe anywhere: women human rights defenders speak out about Pegasus attacks
Access Now and Front Line Defenders reveal the hacking of two women human rights defenders from Bahrain and Jordan using Pegasus spyware.