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The Far-reaching Dark Side of Israeli High-tech

Quite a few Israeli companies, aside from NSO, are developing dangerous digital weapons to be sold to the highest bidder, with no proper oversight of their export

Noa Landau
Noa Landau
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Noa Landau
Noa Landau

The story of the dark high-tech industry in Israel, which seemingly focuses on preventing terrorism but in practice supplies the means for spying on journalists and human rights activists, doesn’t differ much from the story of the Israeli arms and military-training industry, which has flourished for many years in the most dubious areas of the globe.

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