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.
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.
Pegasus attacks in El Salvador: spyware used to target journalists and activists
Access Now and partners reveal that NSO Group’s Pegasus spyware has been used to infect the devices of 35 Salvadoran journalists and activists.
Exposed: civil society condemns use of Pegasus in El Salvador to spy on journalists and activists
Access Now and a coalition of human rights organizations condemn the use of Pegasus in El Salvador to spy on journalists and activists.
Human rights organizations condemn use of NSO Group’s Pegasus against Palestinians
The undersigned human rights organizations condemn the use of NSO’s Pegasus spyware against six Palestinian human rights defenders.
Coalition Letter to the 48th U.N. Human Rights Council (HRC) on Pegasus
We call on U.N. Human Rights Council to take urgent action to denounce the human rights violations facilitated by NSO Group’s Pegasus spyware.
Act now against spyware, coalition tells U.N. Human Rights Council
As the U.N. Human Rights Council convenes, Access Now is urging member states to denounce abuses facilitated by spyware technologies.
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.
Bahraini government hacks activists with NSO Group technology
“From Pearl to Pegasus: Bahraini Government Hacks Activists with NSO Group Zero-Click iPhone Exploits” explores how activists were targeted in Bahrain.