Security Architectures in the EU

Schlagwort: Egypt

  • Criticism also of COP 27: Egyptian blogger still on hunger strike

    Criticism also of COP 27: Egyptian blogger still on hunger strike

    Egyptians in exile are currently protesting for the release of blogger and democracy activist Alaa Abd el-Fattah. A Berlin based solidarity group has also criticised Germany, which is an important trading partner of the regime in Cairo and wants to import „green energy“. The Egyptian activist and blogger Alaa Abd el-Fattah is considered one of […]

  • Predator by Cytrox: Spyware discovered on phone of Greek journalist

    Predator by Cytrox: Spyware discovered on phone of Greek journalist

    A committee of enquiry in the EU Parliament is to look into the use of mercenary spyware against opposition members and media workers in Europe. German clients could also be in the spotlight, according to an analysis by the Meta Group. On 10 March, the European Parliament decided to set up a committee of enquiry […]

  • WhatsApp to Libya: How Frontex uses a trick to circumvent international law

    WhatsApp to Libya: How Frontex uses a trick to circumvent international law

    The EU is not allowed to return refugees to countries where they face persecution. In 2017, the Commission therefore set up a backdoor for refoulement to North Africa. Published text messages now reveal how Frontex is providing aerial reconnaissance for the Libyan coast guard. Four years ago, Frontex began setting up its aerial surveillance over […]

  • Venezuela: Interpol stops dissemination of German arrest warrant

    Venezuela: Interpol stops dissemination of German arrest warrant

    For 27 years, the German police have been using dubious means to arrest three people from the left-wing spectrum in the case of the so-called K.O.M.I.T.E.E. But the crimes they are accused of have long since become time-barred. However, the police is still pursuing the idea. The Commission for the Control of Data held by […]