Is the EU protecting people from Pegasus spyware?
Spyware like Pegasus threatens human rights and democracy. The EU must act to protect people from the harmful impact of such surveillance tools.
Cuatro señales de autoritarismo digital en México
Four signs Mexico is embracing digital authoritarianism
In Asia, parliaments must protect rights online — or lose democracy
As parliaments across Asia convene, governments continue pushing deeply flawed laws and policies, while relegating digital rights to the sidelines. Here’s what’s happening in India, Malaysia, Singapore, and Thailand, and why members of parliament must take action to protect our rights before any more damage is done.
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.
Time to update your WhatsApp (and your surveillance laws)
Discovery of a vulnerability in WhatsApp that can be exploited via government-grade spyware underscores the need for more action to prevent use of these tools against human rights defenders and other innocent users.