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Marius Dragomir on the Pegasus Scandal

“Although governments all over the world will dismiss these allegations, what the Pegasus investigation uncovered is an awfully serious issue that shows us the extent to which governments break the law and interfere with journalists’ work,” Marius Dragomir, Director of our Center for Media, Data and Society said to Euractiv.

The article covers the scandal related to the Pegasus spyware: an investigative consortium formed by Forbidden Stories, Amnesty International and 17 media organizations revealed that governments had allegedly employed the software for illegal surveillance of journalists, lawyers, businessmen and members of civil society. The European Commission has decided to launch an investigation.

Read the full article here.

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