AJEMSA (Aguas de Jerez Empresa Municipal SA) extinguida en 2014.

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  1. mamjerez dice:

    Santiago Galván recuerda que la desaparición de la contabilidad de Ajemsa impide presentar las cuentas generales de 2014 y 2015.

  2. mamjerez dice:

    La contabilidad de Ajemsa enfrenta a gobierno local y PP
    Galván dice que la desaparición de datos impide presentar las cuentas generales de 2014 y 2015.

  3. mamjerez dice:

    Una auditora contratada por el PP para liquidar Ajemsa es incapaz de cuadrar las cuentas
    Galván afirma que el Ayuntamiento presentará las liquidaciones presupuestarias del Ayuntamiento de 2014 y 2015 ante la Cámara de Cuentas sin la contabilidad de Aguas de Jerez, 'desaparecida' durante el proceso de privatización en esos años.
    Los populares, que gastaron unos 21.000 euros por los trabajos inconclusos de Hispacontrol, aseguran que llevarán el asunto a Fiscalía y acusan al responsable municipal de Hacienda de "mentiroso" e "inútil".

  4. mamjerez dice:

    El PP pide la dimisión de Galván por "mentir" sobre las cuentas de Aguas de Jerez
    Los populares aseguran que el gobierno socialista lleva "dos años" sin pagar y "sin exigir el cumplimiento del contrato" a la auditora que contrató para cuadrar la contabilidad en Ajemsa.

  5. mamjerez dice:

    “No podemos cerrar las cuentas de Ajemsa de 2014 porque a día de hoy no están”
    El Gobierno Local de Jerez asegura que sin el informe de auditoría de las cuentas de Ajemsa, aprobado para su realización en abril de 2015, no es posible cerrar el ejercicio general de 2014 en el Ayuntamiento, y culpa al PP de "manipular" a la ciudadanía con informaciones que "ellos mismos conocen".

  6. mamjerez dice:

    El PP integró Ajemsa en el Consistorio "con irregularidades"
    El PSOE muestra un informe de 2015 en el que se refleja la "falta de apuntes contables y de la auditoría anual" exigida por la ley.

  7. mamjerez dice:

    Intervención detecta hasta 9 irregularidades en las cuentas que dejó el PP en Aguas de Jerez
    Un informe municipal, fechado el pasado 20 de abril de 2015, confirma que el ejecutivo de Pelayo hizo la integración de Ajemsa en el Ayuntamiento —tras privatizarla— sin tener cerrada la contabilidad y sin la auditoría anual que exigía la ley a este ente público.

  8. mamjerez dice:

    Exigimos responsabilidades políticas de Pelayo y Saldaña.
    CASO AJEMSA: La integración de la empresa pública durante el Gobierno del PP se hizo sin cerrar la contabilidad 2014 y sin auditoría, detectándose 9 irregularidades.

  9. mamjerez dice:


  10. mamjerez dice:

    La Comisión Especial de Auditoría y Transparencia solicita la información sobre la integración de Ajemsa.

  11. mamjerez dice:

    El PP afirma que la desaparición de las cuentas de Ajemsa "fue una burbuja inventada por el PSOE"
    Espinar denuncia que el gobierno local tiene la información desde enero y lo acusa de "urdir una trama contra el PP"
    Detalla que la falta de la documentación se debió al impago del Ayuntamiento a la empresa auditora.

  12. mamjerez dice:

    El Gobierno dice que el PP miente sobre las cuentas de Ajemsa
    Los populares mantienen su versión de los hechos y acusan al Ejecutivo socialista de tratar de "confundir" a los jerezanos.

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    It’s a doozy of a case of digital spying technology.
    Security researchers have revealed evidence of attempted or successful installations
    of Pegasus, software made by Israel-based cybersecurity company , on 37 phones belonging to activists,
    rights workers, journalists and businesspeople.
    They appear to have been targets of secret surveillance by software that’s intended to help governments pursue criminals and terrorists, and as the months go by, more and more Pegasus.The most recent revelations are that in the
    Catalonia region of Spain, according to , a Canadian security organization at the University of Toronto.

    NSO Group Chief Executive , which covered the hacks in depth, that Spain has legal procedures
    to ensure such use is legal, but Citizen Lab said Pegasus attacks
    targeted “members of the European Parliament, Catalan presidents, legislators, jurists,” and some family members.
    Catalonia is seeking political independence from Spain, but .The US government is one of
    the most powerful forces unleashed against Pegasus — even though the , as reported by The New York Times in January.
    The US , The Guardian said in February, after a whistleblower said NSO Group offered “bags of cash” for sensitive mobile phone data from a
    US tech firm, Mobileum. The spyware was found on the phones of at
    least nine State Department officials who were either based in Uganda or involved in matters
    associated with the African country, and The in December. Pegasus is
    the latest example of how vulnerable we all
    are to digital prying. Our phones store our most personal information, including photos, text messages and
    emails. Spyware can reveal directly what’s going on in our lives, bypassing the
    encryption that protects data sent over
    the internet.Pegasus has been a politically explosive issue that’s
    put Israel under pressure from activists and from governments
    worried about misuse of the software. In November, the US federal government took
    much stronger action,  by putting the company on the
    government’s Entity List.  but has sought to defend its software and the controls it tries
    to place on its use. NSO Group didn’t respond to a request for comment, and the Justice Department declined to comment.Here’s what you need to know about Pegasus.What is
    NSO Group?It’s an Israel-based company that licenses
    surveillance software to government agencies. The company
    says its Pegasus software provides a valuable service because
    encryption technology has allowed criminals and terrorists to go “.” The software runs secretly on smartphones, shedding light on what their owners are doing.
    Other companies provide similar software.Hulio co-founded the company in 2010.
    NSO also offers other tools that locate where a phone is being used,
    defend against drones and mine law enforcement data to spot patterns.NSO has been implicated by
    previous reports and lawsuits in other hacks, including a in 2018.
    A Saudi dissident sued the company in 2018 for its alleged role in hacking a device , who had been murdered inside the Saudi embassy in Turkey that
    year.The details some of NSO Group’s inner workings, including its
    argument that Pegasus is similar to military equipment that countries routinely sell
    to other countries, the company’s tight ties to the Israeli government and its recent financial difficulties.
    It also revealed that NSO employees posted on the
    wall a that concludes its NSO’s abilities “rival those previously thought to be accessible to only a handful of nation states.”What is
    Pegasus?Pegasus is NSO’s best-known product. It can be installed remotely without a surveillance target ever having
    to open a document or website link, according to The Washington Post.
    Pegasus reveals all to the NSO customers who control
    it — text messages, photos, emails, videos, contact lists — and can record phone calls.

    It can also to create new recordings, The Washington Post said.General security practices like updating your software and using two-factor authentication can help keep mainstream hackers
    at bay, but protection is really hard when expert, well-funded attackers concentrate their resources on an individual.
    And Pegasus installations have employed “zero click”
    attacks that take advantage of vulnerabilities in software like Apple Messages or Meta’s WhatsApp to silently install software. Pegasus
    isn’t supposed to be used to go after activists, journalists and politicians.
    “NSO Group for the sole purpose of preventing and investigating terror and serious crime,” the company
    says on its website. “Our vetting process goes beyond legal and regulatory requirements to ensure the lawful use of our technology as designed.”Human rights group
    how it traced compromised smartphones to NSO Group.
     said it independently after examining
    phone backup data and since 2021 has expanded its Pegasus investigations.In September, though, Apple  for installation on iPhones.
    Malware often uses collections of such vulnerabilities to gain a foothold on a
    device and then expand privileges to become more powerful.
    NSO Group’s software also runs on Android phones.

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    Why is Pegasus in the news?, a Paris journalism nonprofit, and , a human rights group, shared with
    17 news organizations a list of more than 50,000 phone numbers
    for people believed to be of interest to NSO customers.The news sites confirmed the identities of many
    of the individuals on the list and infections on their phones.
    Of data from 67 phones on the list, 37  or
    attempted installation, according to The Washington Post.
    Of those 37 phones, 34 were Apple iPhones.The list of 50,000
    phone numbers included , according to an , though there’s
    no proof that being on the list means an NSO attack was attempted or successful.The episode
    hasn’t helped Apple’s reputation when it comes to device
    security. “We take any attack on our users very seriously,” Federighi said.
    The company said it’ll donate $10 million and any damages from the lawsuit to organizations that are advocating for privacy and
    are pursuing research on online surveillance. That’s a drop in the bucket for for its most recent quarter, but it can be significant for much smaller organizations, like Citizen Lab.Whose phones did Pegasus infect?In the
    Catalonian situation, Pegasus found 63 phones were attacked and at
    least 51 were infected. That included the phone of Jordi Solé, a
    pro-independence member of the European Parliament, digital security researcher Elies Campo, and Campo’s
    parents, according to the New Yorker.In addition to Mangin, had infected phones,
    The Guardian reported. A , wife of murdered Saudi columnist Jamal Khashoggi, The Washington Post
    said, though it wasn’t clear if the attack succeeded. But
    the spyware did make it onto the phone of Khashoggi’s fiancee,
    Hatice Cengiz, shortly after his death. were found with
    infected phones, including five journalists and one adviser to the opposition party critical of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, The Washington Post said.And six people working for ,
    Citizen Lab reported in November.What are the consequences of the Pegasus situation?The
    US cut off NSO Group as a customer of US products, a serious move given that the company needs computer processors,
    phones and developer tools that often come from US
    companies. that used it to maliciously target government
    officials, journalists, businesspeople, activists, academics
    and embassy workers. These tools have also enabled foreign governments to conduct transnational repression,” the Commerce Department said. in November, seeking to bar the company’s software from being used on Apple devices, require NSO to locate and delete any private data its app collected, and disclose the profits from the operations. “Private companies developing
    state-sponsored spyware have become even more dangerous,” said Apple software chief Craig Federighi. That suit came after .French President  and requested new security checks after his number appeared on the list of 50,000 numbers, Politico reported. He convened a national security meeting to discuss the issue.  with Israeli Prime Minister Naftali Bennett, calling for the country to investigate NSO and Pegasus, The Guardian reported. The Israeli government must approve export licenses for Pegasus. situation. And on July 28,  in person.European Commission chief Ursula von der Leyen said if the allegations are verified, that  She added, “Freedom of media, free press is one of the core values
    of the EU.”The Nationalist Congress Party in India .Edward Snowden, who in 2013 leaked information about US National Security Agency surveillance practices, called for a  in an interview with The Guardian. He argued that such tools otherwise will soon be used to spy on millions of people. “When we’re talking about something like an iPhone, they’re all
    running the same software around the world. So if
    they find a way to hack one iPhone, they’ve found a way to hack all
    of them,” Snowden said.What does NSO have to say about this?NSO acknowledges its software can be misused. It cut off two customers in recent 12 months because of concerns about human rights abuses, according to The Washington Post. “To date, NSO has rejected
    over US $300 million in sales opportunities as a result of its human rights review processes,” the company said in a .However, NSO strongly challenges any link to the list of phone numbers. “There is no
    link between the 50,000 numbers to NSO Group or Pegasus,
    ” the company said in a statement.”Every allegation about misuse of the system is concerning me,” . “It violates the trust that we
    give customers. We are investigating every allegation.”In a statement, NSO denied “false claims” about Pegasus that it said were “based on misleading interpretation of leaked data.” Pegasus “cannot be used to conduct cybersurveillance within the United States,” the company added.Regarding the alleged infection of State Department phones, NSO Group didn’t immediately respond to a request for comment. But it told Reuters it canceled relevant accounts, is investigating, and will take legal action if it finds misuse.NSO will try to reverse the US government’s sanction. “We
    look forward to presenting the full information regarding how we have the world’s most rigorous compliance and human rights programs that are based the American values we deeply share, which already resulted in multiple terminations of
    contacts with government agencies that misused our products,
    ” an NSO spokesperson said. In the past, NSO had also blocked Saudi Arabia, Dubai in the United Arab Emirates and some Mexican government agencies from using the software, .How can I tell if my phone has been infected?Amnesty International released an open-source utility called  that’s designed to detect traces of Pegasus. The software runs on a personal computer and analyzes data including backup files exported from an iPhone or Android phone.

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