Investigation leads to MEP's spyware moratorium proposal

09/11/2022 | Politico

Dutch Member of European Parliament Sophie In't Veld has called for a moratorium on the use of spyware in member states and a further review of the technology by the European Commission. Earlier in the year, In't Veld and other MEPs conducted their own spyware investigation, which revealed shocking results that "should alarm every European citizen." With the proposed moratorium, In't Veld said a country-by-country lift of a potential ban would come when member states introduce responsible frameworks governing the use of spyware.

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