Reporters Without Borders demands Israel stop exporting spyware


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www.aljazeera.com— Leaked list shows 50,000 phone numbers believed to have been chosen by clients of Israel’s NSO Group for surveillance.

Reuters—Israel says spyware exports are for “lawful use only”. Israel's Defence Ministry said on Monday that the export of cyber products, like spyware sold by NSO Group, was for lawful use and with the sole purpose of fighting crime and countering terrorism.

the Guardian—Israel to examine whether spyware export rules should be tightened. Commission to review claims NSO’s Pegasus was misused by customers to target journalists and activists An Israeli commission reviewing allegations that NSO Group’s Pegasus spyware was misused by its customers to target journalists and human rights activists will examine whether rules on Israel’s export of cyberweapons such as Pegasus should be tightened, a senior MP has said. The move came as the French president, Emmanuel Macron, convened an emergency cybersecurity meeting after reports his...

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