Spyware inquiry: discussion on victims’ rights and the targeting of citizens 

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On Tuesday 30 August, the EP Committee of inquiry investigating the use of Pegasus and other spyware will host two hearings focussing on the victims of spyware and its use against citizens.

In the two-part discussion, MEPs and guest speakers will first discuss cases of spyware being used against citizens in the EU, before hearing the stories of victims and discussing possible legal remedies available to them.


Spyware used against citizens

When: Tuesday 30 August, 09.00 - 12.30 CEST

Where: European Parliament in Brussels, the Spinelli building, room 3G-3

Who:


Panel 1


Panel 2


You can follow the session here (livestream and video-on-demand).


Spyware - Victims and Remedies


When:
Tuesday 30 August, 15.00 - 17.00 CEST

Where: European Parliament in Brussels, the Spinelli building, room 3G-3

Who:

  • Carine Kanimba, victim of spyware, daughter of the Rwandan politician Paul Rusesabagina
  • Dominique Simonnot, victim of spyware, journalist
  • Catherine Van de Heyning, Professor, University of Antwerp

 

You can follow the session here (livestream and video-on-demand).