THE RIGHT TO WATER IN AFRICA: SUBMISSION TO THE AFRICAN COMMISSION ON HUMAN AND PEOPLES’ RIGHTS’ WORKING GROUP ON ECONOMIC, SOCIAL AND CULTURAL RIGHTS ON THE DRAFT GUIDELINES ON THE RIGHT TO WATER IN AFRICA
IRAN: RELEASE AZERBAIJANI TURKIC MINORITY RIGHTS ACTIVISTS DETAINED FOR PEACEFUL CULTURAL GATHERINGS
Amnesty International Among Targets of NSO-powered Campaign
In June 2018, an Amnesty International staff member received a malicious WhatsApp message with Saudi Arabia-related bait content and carrying links Amnesty International believes are used to distribute and deploy sophisticated mobile spyware. Through the course of our subsequent investigation we discovered that a Saudi activist based abroad had also received similar malicious messages. In its analysis of these messages, Amnesty International found connections with a network of over 600 domain names. Not only are these domain names suspicious, but they also overlap with infrastructure that had previously been identified as part of Pegasus, a sophisticated commercial exploitation and spyware platform sold by the Israel surveillance vendor, NSO Group.
China: SUBMISSION TO THE UNITED NATIONS COMMITTEE ON THE ELIMINATION OF RACIAL DISCRIMINATION 96TH SESSION, AUGUST 2018
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