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Haaretz Cartoon, August 16, 2022

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Haaretz Editorial

The head of Greece’s National Intelligence Service resigned last week following yet another political scandal involving Israeli surveillance software. The agency, which answers to the Prime Minister’s Office, admitted using spyware to bug the phones of a journalist investigating corruption and of the head of the socialist PASOK opposition party. The intelligence chief (as well as a senior aide to the prime minister) resigned even though the prime minister said the surveillance was done legally. Spain’s intelligence chief also recently resigned over the hacking of senior officials’ phones, also using Israeli spyware.

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