Poland to investigate alleged use of Pegasus spyware by last government

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Poland's Pegasus and Illegal Surveillance Committee will convene on Monday, amid allegations the previous government spied on political opponents.


A parliamentary commission - dubbed the Pegasus and Illegal Surveillance Committee - will begin investigating the alleged use of such surveillance technology by the country's past rulers. 

The use of Pegasus spyware by the Law and Justice Party (PiS) - which was ousted in elections last year - appears to be much wider than initially suspected.

But the right-wing party denies this. 

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