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The U.S. Blacklisting Could Spell the End of NSO as We Know It

The U.S. Commerce Department's addition of NSO to a list of entities acting against national interests will force the Israeli spyware company to reinvent itself, if it is even able to survive the blow

Amitai Ziv
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The U.S. Commerce Department dropped a bomb Wednesday when it added two Israeli companies, the NSO Group and Candiru, to its Entity List for activities contrary to the United States’ national security or foreign policy interests.

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