Spyware


No Spyware for Dictators

"You're an independent journalist in Bahrain? A human rights lawyer in Vietnam? Chances are good that secret services are reading your emails, listening to your phone conversations and copying your passwords. They probably know your exact location at any given time. They might even have secretly switched on your webcam." All this, according to the online campaign No Spyware for Dictators, thanks to European technology. You can read further details on this on this website created by The Greens/EFA in the European Parliament and explore the interactive map of the online campaign to know more about spyware technology made in Europe that allowed governments around the world to monitor – and often imprison – activists and human rights defenders.