Israeli spyware firm NSO Group faces a number of lawsuits from tech giants and others targeted with its malware.
Salah Hamouri is one of several Palestinian activists whose phones were hacked using the Israeli company’s surveillance software, human rights groups claim
Rights organisations claim that use of Israeli spyware in France as well as in Palestine is a violation of French law
Salah Hamouri has filed a complaint against the Pegasus spyware maker for having ‘illegally infiltrated’ his mobile phone.
Criminal complaint against the Israeli company NSO for illegally infiltrating the phone of French-Palestinian human rights defender Salah Hammouri
The International Federation for Human Rights (FIDH), the Ligue des droits de l’homme (LDH) and Salah Hammouri filed a joint complaint in France targeting the Israeli cyber intelligence company NSO Group, for illegally infiltrating the phone of French Palestinian human rights defender Salah Hammouri. The violation was initiated in the Occupied Palestinian Territory and continued on French soil, which constitutes a violation of the right to privacy under French law.
The Palestinian Digital Rights Coalition (PDRC) welcomes filing of a lawsuit against the Israeli Surveillance tech NSO Group
The Palestinian Digital Rights Coalition (PDRC) welcomes filing of a lawsuit against the Israeli Surveillance tech NSO Group for infiltrating the phone of Palestinian-French lawyer and human rights defender Salah Hammouri.