Between a hack and a hard place: how Pegasus spyware crushes civic space in Jordan
Access Now launched the new investigation report on how Pegasus spyware crushes civic space in Jordan.
Spyware in Serbia: civil society under attack
Access Now and our partners have discovered that civil society in Serbia have been targeted with invasive spyware technology. Here’s what we know.
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.
End the impunity: police surveillance and hacking in India must be eradicated
The Indian parliament and the judiciary must immediately initiate independent and transparent investigations into illegal hacking and surveillance.
Facing the consequences: Access Now welcomes legal action against NSO Group
Access Now welcomes a lawsuit filed against NSO Group for facilitating unlawful surveillance of French-Palestinian human rights defender, Salah Hammour.
Surveillance state incoming with Australia’s “hacking” bill
Australia’s new “hacking” bill violates privacy and security, and is bound to have global implications.
Surveillance and hacking by Indian authorities? Civil society demands oversight
Access Now is calling for an immediate, independent investigation into allegations of surveillance and hacking by Indian authorities.
Enough is enough! States must intervene on NSO Group’s unchecked power
Access Now is appalled at NSO Group’s alleged involvement in human rights violations, and call on states to intervene on the surveillance company’s power.