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.
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.
Access Now to Bulgaria and Cyprus: don’t give NSO Group license to profit from human rights violations
Access Now wrote to the governments of Bulgaria and Cyprus to request investigations into export licenses reportedly issued to NSO Group, which sells surveillance products linked to human rights violations.
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.
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.