Spyware in Serbia: civil society under attack
Access Now and our partners have discovered that civil society in Serbia have been targeted with invasive spyware technology. Here’s what we know.
FAQ: Access Now’s Digital Security Helpline and Apple threat notifications
Access Now’s knowledge about ongoing Apple threat notifications sent to people who may have been targeted by state-sponsored spyware attacks
Democracy needs privacy: ban rights-violating spyware in India now
India must implement a ban on the use of rights-abusing commercial spyware and make a commitment to reform the country’s surveillance laws.
Five years on, still no accountability for Jamal Khashoggi’s murder
Spyware on trial: Justice for Saudi Activist Loujain AlHathloul
Access Now and the Gulf Centre for Human Rights have filed an amicus brief urging the Oregon U.S. District Court to hold DarkMatter, an Emirati spyware firm, accountable for illegaly hacking Saudi women’s rights activist Loujain AlHathloul.
Hacking Meduza: Pegasus spyware used to target Putin’s critic
The publisher of Russian independent media org Meduza was hacked with NSO’s Pegasus spyware. As both Russia and Latvia are potential culprits, Access Now demands accountability and sanctions.
U.S. continues aggressive action on spyware, adds more companies to economic blocklist
The inclusion of spyware companies in the U.S. government’s Entity List is a major victory for at-risk people around the world.
Spyware in warfare: Access Now documents first-time use of Pegasus tech in Azerbaijan-Armenia conflict
Breaking: NSO Group’s Pegasus spyware is being used as a weapon in the Azerbaijan-Armenia conflict.
Hacking in a war zone: Pegasus spyware in the Azerbaijan-Armenia conflict
A joint investigation by civil society and independent researchers has uncovered hacking of Armenia spyware victims with NSO Group’s Pegasus spyware.