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The Pegasus Project media index

The collective journalism on the revelations about the Pegasus Project assembled in one place.

Today, journalists in dozens of countries broke the story that military-grade surveillance technology, initially believed to be used for criminals and terrorists, was weaponized against journalists, political rivals, activists and lawyers from around the world. The revelation of this misuse of Pegasus, a surveillance software licensed and sold by the Israeli spyware firm NSO Group, has stirred outrage and calls for the spyware to be better regulated by global governments.

Seventeen news outlets collaborated for months to publish a comprehensive and aggressive exposé of the scope of Pegasus’ jarring breach of privacy. Below is a full index of the coverage produced by those outlets, who have done the important work of following this story and unearthing the impact of the spyware’s abuse.

UPDATED as of July 19, 2021, 6:30 p.m. ET

The Guardian (UK)

The Washington Post (US):

Aristegui Noticias (MÉXICO):

The Organized Crime and Corruption Reporting Project (overview page) (EASTERN EUROPE, THE CAUCASUS, CENTRAL ASIA AND CENTRAL AMERICA):

Haaretz (ISRAEL):


Radio France (FRANCE):

Proceso (MEXICO):

Daraj (Overview page) (PAN-ARAB):

Direkt36 (HUNGARY):

Le Soir (Overview page) (BELGIUM):

Knack (Overview page) (BELGIUM):

The Wire (Overview page) (INDIA):

Forbidden Stories:

Le Monde (France) (Overview Page):

17 (Germany) (Overview Page):

Die Zeit (Germany):