Pegasus Project: All the Articles


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Forbidden Stories Gathered All the Articles from the Pegasus Project Here

21 Sep 2021 – An unprecedented leak of more than 50,000 phone numbers selected for surveillance with Pegasus, a spyware sold by Israeli company NSO Group, shows how this technology has been systematically abused for years to spy on journalists, human rights defenders, academics, businesspeople, lawyers, doctors, union leaders, diplomats, politicians and several heads of states.

Journalists from the Pegasus Project — more than 80 reporters from 17 media organizations in 11 countries coordinated by Forbidden Stories with the technical support of Amnesty International’s Security Lab — sifted through these records of phone numbers and were able to take a peak behind the curtain of this surveillance weapon, which had never been possible to this extent before.

The Khashoggi murder – Read:

Washington Post Frontline PBS Le Monde Süddeutsche Zeitung The Guardian Le Soir Die Zeit Daraj Radio France Haaretz

An election under close surveillance – Read:

Aristegui Noticias Proceso The Guardian Die Zeit The Wire Le Monde

What is Pegasus? – Read:

The Washington Post Le Monde The Guardian Radio France OCCRP Süddeutsche Zeitung Le Soir

Activists and their lawyers – Read:

The Guardian Süddeutsche Zeitung Radio France Aristegui Noticias

The Pegasus Project – Read:

TRANSCEND Media Service-TMS Die Zeit Le Monde Proceso Knack OCCRP The Guardian The Wire Daraj

Apple’s vulnerabilities – Read:

The Washington Post Le Monde Knack The Guardian Süddeutsche Zeitung

Snowden: “An industry that should not exist” – Read:

TRANSCEND Media Service-TMS  The Guardian Knack Radio France Die Zeit Le Monde

Journalists – Azerbaijan – Read:

OCCRP Süddeutsche Zeitung

Heads of state also selected – Read:

The Guardian The Washington Post OCCRP France Info Le Monde Süddeutsche Zeitung

Journalists – France & Morocco – Read:

Le Monde Daraj Radio France Le Soir

Rusesabagina’s daughter spied on – Read:

Süddeutsche Zeitung Knack The Guardian Le Soir Le Monde OCCRP

Morocco’s interest in Macron and Michel – Read:

Le Monde Knack France Info Die Zeit Haaretz Süddeutsche Zeitung Le Soir

Journalists – Hungary – Read:

Direkt36 Le Monde Süddeutsche Zeitung The Guardian The Washington Post Le Soir Die Zeit Radio France

The role played by Israel – Read:

Haaretz The Washington Post The Guardian Le Monde

Journalists – Mexico – Read:

Aristegui Noticias Proceso The Guardian

The sensitive issue of Western Sahara – Read:

Radio France Le Monde

Journalists – India – Read:

The Wire The Washington Post

The French political world selected by Morocco – Read:

Le Monde Radio France

Telegram founder Pavel Durov – Read:

The Guardian Le Monde

BeIN Sports channel – Read:

Le Monde

UAE Princesses – Read:

The Guardian The Washington Post Haaretz Die Zeit Südeutsche Zeitung Le Monde The Wire Radio France Le Soir

Dalai Lama’s inner circle – Read:

The Wire Le Monde The Guardian

The Rafale controversy – Read:

The Wire Le Monde

Togo – Read:

Le Monde

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