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Security Companies and Activists Launch ‘Coalition Against Stalkerware’

10 organizations are part of the Coalition, and they have also launched a website to help victims.

On Nov 19th , Joseph Cox of Vice news reported on the launch of the Coalition. Saying “A group of cybersecurity companies, domestic violence charities, and digital activists formally announced a coalition to try and stop the spread of so-called stalkerware, as well as a website to help stalkerware victims. Stalkerware are apps or malware that can, among other things, steal messages, log movements, and remotely turn on a phone’s camera without the owner’s knowledge or consent. Often abusive partners use stalkerware to monitor their spouse.” 

His article  can be found here.

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