Global Coalition and Tech Giants Unite Against Commercial Spyware Abuse

A coalition of several tech companies, including Microsoft, MDSec, Google, and Meta, and dozens of countries, including the U.K., France, and the United States, have signed an agreement to stop the use of commercial spyware to violate human rights.

The Pall Mall Process initiative seeks to address the widespread and careless use of commercial cyber intrusion tools by providing States, industry, and civil society with policy options and guiding principles regarding the creation, purchase, and use of these tools.

“Uncontrolled dissemination” of spyware offers, according to the proclamation, is a contributing factor to “unintentional escalation in cyberspace,” and it poses concerns to digital security read more Global Coalition and Tech Giants Unite Against Commercial Spyware Abuse.

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