Israel, Spyware and Corruption: NSO Ties to Netanyahu, Bennett and Other Politicians

NSO's story is a political one which begins with Israel's prime minister, seeps down to other ministers and reaches the very heart of the culture and the actions of the government

Eytan Avriel
Eytan Avriel
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Eytan Avriel

Everyone today has heard of NSO, the spyware firm whose technology can be used to hack any telephone, even if its owner didn’t click on a suspicious link. Its products have been used, and apparently are still being used to hack the phones of journalists, human rights activists and even the partners of people whose relationships have gone awry.

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