European spyware investigators criticize Israel and Poland

Associated Press |
Published: 09.21.22, 16:32
European Parliament members investigating the use of surveillance spyware by European Union governments sharply criticized Israel on Wednesday for a lack of transparency in allowing the sale of powerful Israeli spyware to European governments that have used it against critics.
The European lawmakers also condemned the Polish government for refusing to meet with them during a fact-finding visit to Warsaw that ended Wednesday.
"It is regrettable and we condemn the fact that the Polish authorities did not want to cooperate with our investigation committee," Jeroen Lenaers, the head of the delegation, said at a news conference in Warsaw.