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Amnesty vs. NSO Group Israel spyware lawsuit goes behind closed doors
In Israel on Thursday, a court ordered closed-door hearings in the legal bid by Amnesty International to stop the global export of NSO Group surveillance software, which Amnesty and other human rights
“The Indian government’s stand on data localisation is a bit of an overkill”
A multi-national approach is required for data protection.
Workers at Israeli surveillance firm NSO sue Facebook for blocking their personal accounts
Employees from Israeli surveillance firm NSO have filed a lawsuit against Facebook, alleging that it unfairly blocked their private accounts.
NSO Employees Take Legal Action Against Facebook for Banning Their Accounts
The lawsuit argues Facebook violated its own terms of service and Israeli privacy law for using the employees’ personal information.
Global economists, political scientists ask India to release withheld economic data
"This is terrible for accountability."
India says law permits agencies to snoop on citizen’s devices
The Indian government said on Tuesday that it is “empowered” to intercept, monitor, or decrypt any digital communication “generated, transmitted, received, or stored” on a citizen’s device in the
After years of falling, poverty in India may have risen again since GST and demonetisation
Consumers are spending less on clothing, rent and even food.
How NSO Group Helps Countries Hack Targets
The controversial Israeli spyware company is more involved in hacking targets than previously believed, according to sources.
What is Pegasus and how did it target Indians on WhatsApp?
At least two dozen people were targeted for surveillance, ahead of elections.
A WhatsApp hack used Israeli spyware to target Rwandan dissidents
Facebook lawsuit alleges the Israeli spyware firm NSO was hacking journalists, human rights activists and political activists.
WhatsApp sues surveillance firm NSO for allegedly helping spies hack phones
WhatsApp sued Israeli surveillance firm NSO, accusing it of helping government spies break into the phones of roughly 1,400 users across four continents.
Human Rights Activist Allegedly Targeted With NSO Malware Says His Life Is ‘Hellish’
Amnesty International details attacks against two Moroccan human rights activists allegedly carried out with NSO Group’s spyware.
Pegasus spyware can break into users’ cloud accounts and steal data
An Israeli software company has developed a tool with the ability to break into users' cloud-based accounts. The software has been advertised as being able to copy authentication keys and access cloud
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It’s Almost Impossible to Tell if Your iPhone Has Been Hacked
A recent vulnerability in WhatsApp shows that there’s little defenders can do to detect and analyze iPhone hacks.
WhatsApp users must update now to avoid spyware attacks
WhatsApp users must update to the latest version of the app to avoid be infected by malicious software. A security flaw in the popular messaging client allows the Pegasus spyware to be installed on
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