Governments are still free to use the Pegasus software without human rights safeguards in place

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Illustration by Gibrán Aquino (CC BY 4.0 International), first published La Red en Defensa de los Derechos Digitales (R3D) from Mexico. In September 2022, Szabolcs Panyi, a Hungarian investigative journalist with Direkt36, published a story on how the Pegasus software was brought to Hungary. The report demonstrates how easily governments can exploit surveillance technologies without human rights safeguards in place. Panyi — also a target of Pegasus — explained the circumstances under which Pegasus was brought to Hungary and the National Security Service’s (NSS) role in the transaction. Direkt3…

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