MEPs to discuss Pegasus spyware scandal 

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On Monday, Civil Liberties Committee MEPs will discuss what the Pegasus spyware revelations mean for fundamental rights.

Following the disclosure that information-harvesting spyware, created by the cyber surveillance company NSO Group, can be secretly installed on mobile phones and other devices, MEPs will debate the fundamental rights implications of such surveillance with the following guests:


MEPs also debated the issue during the September plenary session. You can catch up with the debate here.


Where: Antall building, room 6Q2

When: Monday 29 November, 15.45 – 17.00


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