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Probe Reveals Massive Spyware Abuse Targeting Activists, Journalists Worldwide

Surveillance software belonging to Israeli tech firm NSO Group was used by authoritarian regimes around the world to track human rights activists, journalists and politicians. Originally intended for use against criminals and terrorists, the so-called Pegasus software targeted more than 50,000 phones, installing malware to extract messages, calls, emails and even access devices' microphone. Learn more about the findings from this global investigation.

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Probe Reveals Massive Spyware Abuse Targeting Activists, Journalists Worldwide

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