Pegasus
Pegasus: Why privacy is crucial for democracy

Amid the flurry of prominent names that have emerged as potential targets of the Pegasus spyware, journalist Aunindyo Chakravarty looks at the basic dangers of state surveillance

Pegasus spyware: How it works, who were the targets

The spyware may have been used by governments across the world to spy on journalists, activists, rival politicians, leaders of other countries among others

Ariel Henry takes over as Haiti PM amid inquiry into Moïse’s killing & other stories

Today we look at the situation in Haiti and the ongoing inquiry into Jovenel Moise’s killing, the police crackdown on an encampments of unhoused people in Canada, and more

Reporters without Borders asks Israel to stop spyware export following Pegasus Project revelations

Several governments have been accused of using the Israeli spyware to snoop on dissidents and journalists in reports published by 17 media organisations worldwide recently

PegasusGate: We could all be deprived of free will, like Palestinians

It’s not just about opposition leaders, journalists and other prominent personalities who were tracked via their phones. It’s about how nobody is safe from surveillance by spyware

Citizens lab report Dozens of Al-Jazeera journalists allegedly hacked using Israeli spyware

According to Canada-based Citizen Lab, the UAE and Saudi Arabia hacked the Al-Jazeera journalists’ iPhones using Israel-based NSO group’s Pegasus spyware

Ministers play hide-and-seek in Indian parliament over Pegasus

Replies in India’s parliament by two ministers ducked the question whether a government agency used the spyware Pegasus to hack citizens phones

whatsapp hack What is the Indian IT minister hiding on WhatsApp Hack?

Instead of ordering a criminal investigation into the hacking of WhatsApp platform and citizens’ smartphones, the Indian IT minister Ravishankar Prasad is hiding behind the plea that ‘others did it first’

Lula released from prison, developments in Syria, privacy and intelligence after Pegasus

In this episode of Mapping Faultlines, we first talk about Lula’s release. In Syria, Russian and Turkish troops have begun joint patrols. Finally, what next in the digital world after Pegasus?

Edward Snowden addressing the Israeli conference Israeli spyware being used to target dissidents, says report

The spyware named Pegasus, developed by the Tel Aviv based NSO Group, has been found to be used widely for targeting activists, dissidents, and journalists around the world

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