European Court of Human Rights finds Spain guilty of leaking ID photos of Catalan judges

The European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) has found Spain guilty of breaching some Catalan pro-referendum judges’ right to privacy when, in March 2014, Spanish newspaper ‘La Razón’ published their ID pictures …

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Catalan News

Catalan parties condemn Spain’s reaction to migrant deaths at Morocco border crossing

Barcelona mayor “embarrassed” by PM congratulating African country for handling of situation. Several Catalan parties have condemned the Spanish government’s reaction to the incident at the border crossing between its …

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El Nacional

Jorge Fernández Díaz: instigator of Operation Catalonia against the Pujol family

Audio shows that Rajoy’s interior minister met with Spanish police leaders to plot against the Catalan independence movement

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Assemblea denounces Spain’s Catalangate illegal espionage case before the OSCE

The Catalan National Assembly has taken part in a new edition of the OSCE Supplementary Human Dimension Meeting in Vienna, which on this occasion focused on the need to respect …

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The Guardian

Use of Pegasus spyware on Spain’s politicians causing ‘crisis of democracy

The use of Pegasus spyware to target Catalan independence leaders and Spanish politicians – including the prime minister – has plunged Spain into a “crisis of democracy” and national security that can …

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Catalan Civil Society Targeted With Pegasus Spyware

The Unrepresented Nations and Peoples Organization (UNPO) firmly condemns the Government of The Spanish government’s alleged use of Pegasus spyware to undermine and repress Catalan civil society. These allegations of espionage represent a disconcerting continuation of long-standing …

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Washington Post

Democracies shouldn’t surrender to a future of limitless surveillance

Ronan Farrow reports for the New Yorker that NSO’s much-publicized links to repressive governments are only half the story. Germany uses the firm’s ultra-intrusive Pegasus tool; so does Poland; so does Belgium, …

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Amnesty International

Spain: EU must act to end spyware abuse after prominent Catalans targeted with Pegasus

European Union institutions are failing to end the rampant human rights violations committed with spyware, Amnesty International said today, after the organization independently confirmed new attacks using Pegasus spyware against …

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The New Yorker

How Democracies Spy on Their Citizens

The parliament of Catalonia, the autonomous region in Spain, sits on the edge of Barcelona’s Old City, in the remains of a fortified citadel constructed by King Philip V to …

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Assemblea wins the Vice-Presidency of the Unrepresented Nations and Peoples Organization

Assemblea President Elisenda Paluzie has been elected Vice-President of the Unrepresented Nations and Peoples Organization. Winning the Vice-Presidency of UNPO, an international organization for the right to self-determination with 44 …

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