EU Parliament boosts cybersecurity after spyware found on members' phones.
Amnesty International report reveals EU’s inefficiency in regulating spyware sector, with companies like Intellexa exploiting loopholes.
The Oireachtas Joint Committee on Justice is set to delve into the question of whether companies based in Ireland are manufacturing and selling spyware.
European Commission wears ‘velvet gloves’ when dealing with spyware used on citizens, says chief of inquiry on hacking software such as Pegasus.
Three human rights activists whose phones were targeted by spyware traced to Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates have begun legal action.
On Tuesday, Parliament’s new inquiry committee investigating the use of Pegasus and other spyware had its first meeting, electing a Chair and three Vice-Chairs.