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Spain begins investigation into Catalonia Pegasus spyware allegations
A report found more than 60 pro-independence figures had their mobile phones hacked using the software.
European Parliament opens spyware investigation as hacks revealed
In Spain, at least 65 people, including four Catalan MEPs, are said to have been spied on between 2017 and 2020.
UK Prime Minister's Office was infected with spyware, researchers say
Computer systems of the UK government and foreign office were infected with spyware, Citizen Lab says.
Glitch on Saudi activist's iPhone key to uncovering global hacking
A software glitch on a mobile phone belonging to a women's rights activist uncovered one of the world's biggest hacking scandals.
EU data protection watchdog calls for ban on Pegasus spyware
The Israeli-owned software was used to hack journalists, activists and politicians in a number of European countries.
Finnish diplomats were targeted by Pegasus spyware, says government
Pegasus software can infiltrate a mobile phone and allow its operators to gain access to the device’s contents and files.
Two more Poles identified as victims of hacking with spyware
An agrarian political leader at odds with Poland's right-wing government and the co-author of a book about the head of Poland's secret services were allegedly hacked.
Poland's Kaczynski admits country bought Pegasus spyware
The ruling party leader has denied that the government used the powerful software to hack its opponents.
'Polish Watergate': Warsaw accused of using Pegasus to spy on rivals
Polish newspaper Gazeta Wyborcza published a report on Wednesday claiming that the PiS-led government has purchased and used the powerful spying software since 2017.
Rights groups call on Europe to ban the use of Pegasus spyware
The powerful spyware was used by several governments to spy on lawyers, journalists, political opponents and human rights activists.
Apple sues Israeli firm NSO Group to stop spyware use on iPhones
Tech giant Apple announced on Tuesday that they would sue NSO Group, an Israeli firm known for its spyware that can hack phones.
Pegasus Project consortium wins first Caruana Galizia journalism prize
The consortium of journalists behind the Pegasus Project investigation into malware from Israel-based NSO Group has won the first top European Union journalism prize.
Update your iPhone to the newest iOS to avoid Pegasus security bug
A security flaw affecting Apple's iMessage made even the newest devices vulnerable to infection by Pegasus spyware that hit tens of thousands including French President Macron.
Governments using Pegasus spyware should be held responsible, says MEP
Hungary was among the governments found to use the spy tech and the German government has since admitted the federal police service also used the spyware.
Tech this week: Pegasus saga, big tech small fines, Facebook in court
The French finance minister's phone is being investigated as a potential victim of the Pegasus spyware and Google was fined €35,560 for a Russian data law breach.
Emmanuel Macron identifed as potential Pegasus spyware target
Macron headed a list of 14 former or current heads of state who were identified as potential targets of the NSO software.
Pegasus spyware scandal: What we know so far
An international group of journalists made explosive allegations about widespread government spying on mobile phones. Here's what they say.
Paris prosecutor launches probe into Pegasus hacking allegations
The Israeli-made spyware is believed to have been sold to authoritarian regimes, with French and Hungarian journalists on the potential target list.