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9 Aug 2021

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Reporters without Borders

After Pegasus revelations, 17 journalists from seven countries file complaints in Paris & before UN Special Rapporteurs

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"NSO/Pegasus: 17 journalists from 7 countries join RSF’s complaint in Paris and before the UN", 6 August 2021.

Seventeen journalists from seven countries who were listed as potential or actual victims of Pegasus spyware have filed complaints with prosecutors in Paris, against NSO Group and all other persons the investigation will identify. Their complaints complement the one Reporters Without Borders (RSF) and two journalists with French and Moroccan dual nationality already filed on 20 July. RSF has also referred their cases to the United Nations...

“The complaints filed by these journalists, who are from every continent, confirm the scale of the surveillance carried out with NSO Group’s Pegasus spyware,” RSF spokesperson Pauline Adès-Mével said. “The investigation should identify all those involved, whether company executives or senior government officials...”

RSF has also formally referred the cases of these 17 journalists to four UN special rapporteurs – the rapporteurs on freedom of opinion and expression, the right to privacy, human rights defenders, and protecting human rights while countering terrorism...

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