A Cypriot investigative journalist and former presidential advisor said he is fearing for his life after finding significant evidence of surveillance and hacking into his writing, personal messages and home security system.
Morocco hacked the phones of government critics using spyware that an Israeli company developed to fight crime and terrorism, Amnesty International said in a report on Monday.
An oversight committee of the Israeli parliament suspended on Wednesday a decision that was allowing police to use cellphone data to track the movement of coronavirus infected people as part of the country’s efforts to enforce the lockdown.
Ukraine’s capital Kyiv canceled a deal for 400 thermal imaging cameras after OCCRP member center Slidstvo found the supplier was unlawfully awarded a US$2.2 million contract.
Georgia’s Constitutional Court ruled last week for law changes on surveillance, saying the current unrestricted access the security agency has to telecom operator networks is unconstitutional, daily news site civil.ge said.
Embattled Macedonian prime minister Nikola Gruevski and opposition leader Zoran Zaev reached an agreement on an interim government in the early hours of this morning after weeks of stalling that threatened to disrupt stability in the country’s already fragile political environment.
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