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RT @davidakaye
@UN_HRC @AgnesCallamard @cvoule @citizenlab @Ingleton @jsrailton @RonDeibert @Malinowski plus this

RT @davidakaye
what's the solution to an out-of-control industry? start with a global moratorium on sale/transfer & move toward this (from my report to @UN_HRC in 2019):

RT @asdofindia
Calling software that uses open source as open source software is something that people have been trying to push by releasing illegitimate reports on FOSS, etc.

RT @MnshaP
While Delhi journalists on the list have made news, one case of a journo-activist from Jharkhand is noteworthy. All three of his numbers feature on the list

He was arrested in 2019 and told NL that he was being framed by police

RT @AroonDeep
Le Monde reports that ambassadors/high commissioners of the following countries may have been targeted by Pegasus in New Delhi: Iran, Pakistan, Nepal, Afghanistan, China, and Saudi Arabia.

We told you so
RT @Actor_Siddharth
Now you know why or any other app this govt. casually forces us to use is not trust worthy.

They lie. They spy.
Just make sure to ask why,
Soon they will be bye bye.

RT @NihaMasih
A number for Ashwini Vaishnaw, the new minister for information technology also on the list. Minutes before, he told the Parliament that "there is no substance whatsoever behind this sensationalism."

RT @suchitrav
“Her selection also underlines the point privacy advocates have been making for some time: that the use of highly intrusive and illegal means of surveillance has become routine in situations for which there is not even a remote ‘public emergency’ or ‘national security’ alibi.”

RT @suchitrav
“Her presence in the list, and the timing of her selection, suggest that the reason she and her family became persons of interest is because she went public with serious allegations against the sitting chief justice of India.”

RT @suchitrav
This ties up a lot of threads.

3 phone numbers belonging to the SC staffer who accused former CJI Ranjan Gogoi of sexual harassment were selected as potential targets for surveillance.

11 numbers associated with her and her family were also present.

RT @svaradarajan
Any which way this is spun, the selection of the Congress president as a surveillance target in the run up to the 2019 election is India's Watergate moment. via @thewire_in

India's New Cabinet Minister of IT @AshwiniVaishnaw and Opposition Leader @RahulGandhi are in Pegasus list.

Just Wow

RT @thewire_in

At least two mobile phone accounts used by Congress leader Rahul Gandhi were listed as potential targets.

The numbers of five of his social friends and acquaintances were also placed on the list. | @svaradarajan

RT @logic
Please join in for a slidedeck commentary on

Creating Digital Divide and Surveillance at scale - using open washing and coercion. - and -

RT @ShivamShankarS
If the Supreme Court thinks tweets against it are contempt that can compromise the functioning of the nation’s top courts, while being totally silent on judges being illegally spied on, the only explanation I can think of is that the surveillance works!

RT @RohanV
"The numbers of those in the database include over 40 journalists, 3 major opposition figures, 1 constitutional authority, 2 serving ministers in the Modi government, current and former heads and officials of security organisations and businesspersons."

RT @prasanna_s
Another target of Pegasus appears to be @UmarKhalidJNU - although not named in the stories themselves yet.

Look at Forbidden Stories letter to NSO at Ex. A -

C2 is Umar Khalid.

RT @jsrailton
BREAKING: massive, global leak of the targets of NSO Group's Pegasus spyware. *huge deal.*

Forensic investigation by @AmnestyTech
in collaboration with @FbdnStories reporters.

We @citizenlab conducted peer review.

Here's an explainer THREAD.

RT @pandayjyoti
INCREDIBLE! This signature is supposed to make it official? Wow.

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