Stop the deal: U.S. defense contractor to buy NSO Group
Access Now is raising the alarm about the planned sale of sanctioned spyware purveyor NSO Group to U.S. defense contractor L3Harris Tech.
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.
Human rights leaders at Davos 2022: spyware is a weapon — PRESS CONFERENCE
Date and time: Wednesday 25 May, 2022, 10:15 – 10:45 CET
As the WEF meets, pressure is on the world’s powerbrokers to shut down the spyware industry
As the industry’s big players meet at the WEF in Davos this week, they must seize this opportunity to shut down the spyware industry.
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.
Stop the sale of NSO Group
Access Now calls on venture capital firm Integrity Partners & Associates, LLC and investment bank Moelis & Company to stop the NSO Group acquisition.
Unsafe anywhere: attacked by Pegasus, women activists speak out
Front Line Defenders and Access Now’s new report, “Unsafe anywhere: women human rights defenders speak out about Pegasus attacks,” unpacks the first-hand experiences of women navigating an increasingly hostile and dangerous environment.
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.