spyware

Pegasus row: Don't wish to file detailed affidavit in larger national interest, Centre tells SC

The government told a bench that the disclosure whether the country is using a particular software or not may cause 'harm' and alert all potential targets.

published on : 13th September 2021

Pegasus snooping row: SC to pass interim order on pleas seeking independent probe

The pleas are related to reports of alleged snooping by government agencies on eminent citizens, politicians and scribes by using Israeli firm NSO's spyware Pegasus.

published on : 13th September 2021

Supreme Court to hear on Monday pleas seeking independent probe into Pegasus snooping row

The Centre had earlier filed a limited affidavit in the apex court saying the pleas seeking an independent probe into the Pegasus snooping allegations are based on 'unsubstantiated media reports'.

published on : 12th September 2021

Balancing national security and citizens’ rights

Today’s world cannot exist without the internet, computer and cell phones. All these have made communication from any nook and corner of the world instantaneous.

published on : 5th September 2021

Furore over Pegasus self-destructive

The Monsoon Session of Parliament was ransacked by the Opposition, calling use of Pegasus spyware an attack on their freedom and privacy.

published on : 5th September 2021

Raise your privacy shield

In an age of data breaches and state surveillance, founder of Doosra, Aditya Vuchi, talks about the importance of a privacy stack.

published on : 1st September 2021

Govt telling SC it can't divulge its info in public is 'confession' that spyware was used: Chidambaram

The Centre on Tuesday told the Supreme Court that divulging information on whether the country uses spyware like Pegasus or not would involve national security aspect.

published on : 18th August 2021

UN experts call for more rules on countries' use of spyware 

The independent experts, who focus on a number of rights issues under mandates from the U.N.-backed Human Rights Council, are in “direct communication” with NSO and the Israeli government.

published on : 12th August 2021

Rajya Sabha adjourned till 2 pm as Opposition insists on debate on Pegasus issue

Chairman M Venkaiah Naidu said he has admitted the discussion on the farmers' agitation against the farm laws, price rise and the flood situation in some parts of the country.

published on : 9th August 2021

Constitution amendment, power bills in Parliament next week amid complete washout threats

The government is bracing up for pushing the Constitution 127th Amendment bill to give the power to states to prepare their own list of other backward castes (OBCs).

published on : 8th August 2021

MBS, Khashoggi and the making of a rogue state

Aljabri now claims that the Saudis and MBS had sent an assassination squad to Canada to try to kill him, and that members of the squad were part of the team that murdered Khashoggi.

published on : 8th August 2021

Life in India public limited  

Facts are the building blocks of the truth. The fact is that the Modi government did buy the Pegasus snoopware since the company sells it only to governments.

published on : 8th August 2021

Oregon examines spyware investment amid Pegasus snooping controversy

Novalpina Capital has been saddled with both an internal dispute among its founding partners and an explosive report showing NSO Group's spyware has been widely misused around the globe.

published on : 5th August 2021

SC to hear pleas seeking SIT probe into Pegasus issue

A Bench headed by Chief Justice of India NV Ramana will hear the pleas filed by journalists, Editors Guild of India, Rajya Sabha MP and an advocate.

published on : 5th August 2021

SC registry officials, lawyers of key clients, old number of judge were on Pegasus radar: Report

A mobile number formerly registered in the name of Justice Arun Mishra, who retired from the SC in September 2020 and is now chairman of NHRC were added to the database of potential targets.

published on : 4th August 2021
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