The Catalan National Assembly appears as a witness before the Catalan parliament’s Committee of inquiry into the Catalangate affair

Assemblea’s President  Dolors Feliu denounced that six members of the organization are victims of the Catalangate espionage for their pro-independence activism, and recalled the repeated failure of the dialogue table …

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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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