FEADLE is currently trying to track the location of the devices used to send the malware
Journalists and human rights activists during a press conference against government espionage in Mexico City, Mexico, June 19, 2017. photo: Cuartoscuro/Isaac Esquivel , photo: Cuartoscuro/Isaac Esquivel
23 of June 2017 15:32:51
The Attorney General's Office (PGR) is currently trying to identify the companies that sell the software that was used to spy on journalists and activists across Mexico, and to whom those companies might have sold the software.The Head of the Special Prosecutor's Office for Crimes against Freedom of Expression (FEADLE) Ricardo Sánchez del Pozo, said in a press conference that an investigation is currently underway to find links between the infected devices and the culprits.
"All processes will be carried out with due diligence and in accordance with what the legal institutions have determined and will determine," said Sánchez del Pozo.Attorney General Raúl Cervantes Andrade has asked that the alleged victims and their attorneys be granted access at all times into the investigation.
Mexican government calls on those alleging espionage to lodge criminal complaints https://t.co/DusHlGWfYG— David Agren (@el_reportero) June 19, 2017