Polish opposition says government use of spyware is ‘crisis for democracy’

Opposition leader Donald Tusk calls for inquiry after watchdog says rivals were targeted by Pegasus spyware

Polish opposition leader Donald Tusk said on Tuesday reports that the government spied on its opponents represented the country’s biggest “crisis for democracy” since the end of communism.

A cybersecurity watchdog last week said the Pegasus spyware had been used to target prominent opposition figures, with Polish media dubbing the scandal a “Polish Watergate”.

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from Data and computer security | The Guardian https://ift.tt/3z76Zxt