Press conference on draft findings of EP spyware inquiry 

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On Tuesday 8 November, Sophie In ‘t Veld, the rapporteur for the Inquiry Committee investigating Pegasus and equivalent spyware, will present a first version of their results.

When: Tuesday 8 November from 11.00 CET

Where: European Parliament in Brussels, Spaak building, Anna Politkovskaya room (PHS 0A50)

You can watch the press conference here (livestream and video-on-demand).

Journalists can ask questions remotely via Interactio.

Active since April 2022, the European Parliament’s Committee of Inquiry to investigate the use of Pegasus and equivalent surveillance spyware (PEGA) has commissioned studies, held hearings with experts, and organised three fact-finding visits (to Israel, Poland, Greece and Cyprus), with more to follow.

The Committee’s rapporteur Sophie In ‘t Veld (Renew, Netherlands) will present a summary of the draft report, summarising their key findings and providing recommendations for the future.

Later in November, PEGA will organise a debate about the draft report, allowing political groups to express their views. Subsequently Committee members will submit amendments, so that the committee can vote on its final findings in 2023.