Hacking Meduza: Pegasus spyware used to target Putin’s critic
The publisher of Russian independent media org Meduza was hacked with NSO’s Pegasus spyware. As both Russia and Latvia are potential culprits, Access Now demands accountability and sanctions.
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.
Unsafe and unchecked: government use of spyware raging around the world
In light of reports of human rights abuses facilitated by NSO Group, Candiru, and Cellebrite, Access Now is calling for accountability.
Access Now tells the 9th Circuit Court: NSO Group cannot escape accountability in U.S. courts
Access Now and civil society partners join the WhatsApp v. NSO Group lawsuit by filing an amicus brief that discloses stories of those who survived the Pegasus spyware attack. The amici call for NSO to be held accountable for targeting civil society around the world.
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.
عامين على مقتل خاشقجي، لم تخضع حتى الآن شركة برامج التجسس ولا الحكومة السعودية للمساءلة
Civil society once again targeted by spyware attributed to NSO Group
Of 1,400 victims of targeted attacks through WhatsApp, more than 100 were members of civil society.
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.
Access Now joins human rights groups open letter to Novalpina Capital
Our open letter urges Novalpina Capital, now an owner of the NSO Group surveillance technology firm, to prevent use of its products to harm human rights across the globe.
Open letter to Novalpina Capital
As an owner of NSO Group, Novalpina must take action to address the human rights impacts of the company’s products and services.