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Litigation and Other Formal Complaints Concerning Targeted Digital Surveillance and the Digital Surveillance Industry - 12 décembre 2018
This is a living resource document providing links and descriptions to litigation and other formal complaints concerning digital surveillance and the digital surveillance industry. If you have additional resources to add to this document, please send to Siena Anstis : siena [at] citizen lab [dot] ca. This document (...)

Tracking NSO Group’s Pegasus Spyware to Operations in 45 Countries - 13 novembre 2018
Between August 2016 and August 2018, we scanned the Internet for servers associated with NSO Group’s Pegasus spyware. We found 1,091 IP addresses that matched our fingerprint and 1,014 domain names that pointed to them. We developed and used Athena, a novel technique to cluster some of our matches into 36 distinct (...)

How a Canadian permanent resident and Saudi Arabian dissident was targeted with powerful spyware on Canadian soil - 24 octobre 2018
Following a Citizen Lab report that identified the presence of NSO’s Pegasus spyware technology in Quebec, researchers contacted Omar Abdulaziz, a Saudi Arabian dissident and Canadian permanent resident who has long been critical of the regime in Riyadh. After an extensive investigation, they discovered that his (...)

Bots at the Gate - 27 septembre 2018
A Human Rights Analysis of Automated Decision Making in Canada’s Immigration and Refugee System A new report from the Citizen Lab and the International Human Rights Program at the University of Toronto’s Faculty of Law investigates the use of artificial intelligence and automated decision-making in Canada’s (...)

(Can’t) Picture This - 18 août 2018
An Analysis of Image Filtering on WeChat Moments WeChat, (Weixin 微信 in Chinese), is the dominant chat application in China and fourth largest in the world. In February 2018, WeChat reportedly hit one billion monthly active users during the Chinese Lunar New Year. The application is owned and operated by Tencent, (...)

How WeChat Filters Images for One Billion Users - 16 août 2018
With over 1 billion monthly users, WeChat boasts the title of most popular chat application in China and the fourth largest in the world. However, a new report by Citizen Lab researchers reveals exactly how the platform is able to censor images sent by these billion users. Building on previous research which (...)

How government-exclusive spyware is used to surveil civil society in Mexico - 23 juin 2018
In Mexico, government-exclusive spyware technology is being used to target journalists, human rights defenders, anti-corruption advocates, and international investigators. Luis Fernando Garcia, Director of R3D, explains how technology meant to track terrorists is being turned against (...)

Bad Traffic - 10 mars 2018
Sandvine’s PacketLogic Devices Used to Deploy Government Spyware in Turkey and Redirect Egyptian Users to Affiliate Ads ? This report describes our investigation into the apparent use of Sandvine/Procera Networks Deep Packet Inspection (DPI) devices to deliver nation-state malware in Turkey and indirectly into (...)

What do companies know about you ? - 12 février 2018
When you use your mobile phone, your geolocation can be recorded by your cell phone provider based your phone’s proximity to the providers’ cell phone towers. Online dating applications may retain your personal messages and photos even after you think they been deleted. Fitness tracking companies can be subpoenaed (...)

Spying on a Budget - 1er février 2018
Inside a Phishing Operation with Targets in the Tibetan Community Civil society groups around the world are persistently targeted by digital espionage operations designed to collect sensitive information on their communications and activities. Activists, humanitarians, and journalists often work in distributed (...)

Serious Vulnerabilities Discovered in South Korean Parental Apps - 13 septembre 2017
As parents all over the world review back-to-school safety tips with their kids, researchers have revealed serious security vulnerabilities in South Korean child filtering apps that may leave some parents asking : are our kids safer without them ? Researchers from Citizen Lab, Cure53, and OpenNet Korea conducted (...)

Director of Mexican Anti-Corruption Group Targeted with NSO Group’s Spyware - 3 septembre 2017
Since 2016, Citizen Lab and our partners R3D, SocialTic, and Article 19 have been conducting an investigation into the abuse of NSO Group’s government-exclusive spyware in Mexico. In six prior reports, published between August 2016 and August 2017, we identified abusive and potentially illegal infection attempts (...)

Keyword Censorship in Chinese Mobile Games - 17 août 2017
How are applications and social media controlled in China ? Who decides what content is censored and how are these controls implemented ? Censorship in China is often portrayed as a centralized top-down system of control directly managed by the government. But peering inside this system reveals a more fragmented (...)