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Health & Fitness After the Pegasus affair, the UN requires a moratorium on monitoring technologies

17:10  14 august  2021
17:10  14 august  2021 Source:   clubic.com

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Several human rights experts of the organization of the organization United Nations require a regulatory framework around the sale and transfers of technologies attached to the espionage software, after the Pegasus scandal.

After bursting with the general public about a month ago following the revelations of the non-profit organization forbidden stories and various globe media, the case around spyware project Pegasus officially reacted the United Nations. The international organization calls for states to impose a moratorium on surveillance technologies. UN experts militate for the establishment of regulations that comply with international human rights standards.

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software while one thought that the PEGASUS spyware retained a relatively confidential activity since its public appearance in 2016, the scandal revealed by Forbidden Stories passed the malware created by the Israeli Cybersurveillance Society NSO Group at the top of the Cyber ​​section. The Pegasus software would have made it possible to spy on for several weeks, months and years, smartphones belonging to some 180 journalists, 600 political figures, 65 business leaders and 85 human rights activists, from different countries, including France. The President of the French Republic Emmanuel Macron itself was the PEGASUS project target, with foreign states to the maneuver.

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The UN experts say today "deeply concerned by the fact that highly sophisticated intrusive tools are used to monitor, intimidate and minimize human rights defenders, journalists and political opponents."

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the rights of the rights of the UN man, who claim to be in direct contact with the NSO Group and the Government of Israel, recall that NSO defends from any accusation of espionage. Faced with this denial of collusion, they ask him to "disclose if it has already been due diligence in terms of human rights (....) and publish the conclusions of all internal probes" that the company would have PU TAKE ON THIS QUESTION. "

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Similarly, the United Nations requires the State of Israel to communicate on the measures taken to review all export transactions (understand the sales and technology transfers) of NSO." It is the duty of the States to verify that companies like NSO Group do not sell or transfer or enter into contract with states and entities that can use them to violate human rights. "

UN calls on the international community to adopt a moratorium on the sale and transfer of surveillance technology. It considers this measure necessary beforehand the adoption of concrete legal regulations for both preventing, mitigating and repairing all I Mpact harmful of such technology.

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