Joint statement: Ahead of Khashoggi anniversary, Biden administration should reverse current policy and prioritize human rights in Saudi Arabia
Five years after Jamal Khashoggi’s murder, the Biden administration has yet to hold Saudi Arabia accountable. We join human rights organizations in calling on the Biden administration to reverse its current policy and prioritize human rights.
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.
Rights groups to NSO: actions speak louder than words in human rights compliance
Access Now is calling out claims by NSO Group of compliance to human rights standards through an open letter published today, 27 April, 2021, in coalition with human rights groups.
To protect privacy in the digital age, world governments can and must do more
The latest U.N. privacy resolution does not go far enough, missing the opportunity to respond firmly to the human rights threats posed by systemic racism, artificial intelligence, facial recognition technology, and other key technological and social developments.
عامين على مقتل خاشقجي، لم تخضع حتى الآن شركة برامج التجسس ولا الحكومة السعودية للمساءلة
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.
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.
April 2019: Open letter to Novalpina Capital, cc: NSO Group, Francisco Partners
The new owners of NSO Group continue to fail to demonstrate how they plan to prevent use of their surveillance products to harm human rights.
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.