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16 Feb 2022
Prosecutors in former Israeli premier Benjamin Netanyahu's corruption trial said Wednesday that "spyware" hacked one witness's phone but no relevant material was uncovered...
19 Jan 2022
Israel's justice minister on Wednesday pledged a full investigation into allegations that the controversial Pegasus spyware was used on Israeli citizens, including people who led protests against former premier Benjamin Netanyahu. Pegasus, a surveillance product made by the Israeli firm NSO that can turn a mobile phone into a pocket spying device, has remained a…

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