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French leader rang Bennett to ensure Israel dealing with NSO claims

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Published: 27 July 2021

Last updated: 4 March 2024

Indian opposition accuses PM Modi of ‘treason’ over use of NSO; questions over whether Israeli government was aware of NSO clients’ surveillance targets

France’s Macron called Bennett to ensure Israel dealing with NSO claims – report (Times of Israel)
French president reportedly expressed concern Morocco allegedly among those that used spyware; PM said to respond conclusions will be reached, stresses it was before he took office

Three stories reveal what Israel prefers to hide about NSO (Haaretz)
Israel has long used arms sales as a form of diplomacy, and its countenancing of cyberarms to dictators and corrupt regimes is just the latest upgrade. Despite the Pegasus spyware scandal, don’t expect anything to change

Indian government under fire as Israeli spyware accusations pile up (Times of Israel)
Pakistan asks UN to investigate reports that PM Imran Khan’s phone was hacked and Delhi opposition chief accuses Modi of ‘treason’ over use of NSO program

Was Israel aware of NSO clients’ surveillance targets? (Haaretz)
Did it approve, or was it supposed to approve, selling the software to each of NSO’s clients? Did it initiate the tapping of targets by means of NSO and its clients?

Photo: Congress party workers shout slogans during a protest accusing Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s government of using military-grade spyware to monitor political opponents, journalists and activists in New Delhi, July 20 (Manish Swarup/AP)

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