The Secret of NSO’s Success in Mexico

The hunt for El Chapo, widespread corruption and Israeli cyber firm NSO’s dealings in Mexico reveal dark truth about infamous phone-hacking software Pegasus: ‘The greater the violence, the greater the business opportunities’

Oded Yaron
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Oded Yaron

Some two months ago reports across the world went almost unnoticed in Israel. Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador called on Israel to extradite Tomas Zeron de Lucio, the former head of Mexico’s Criminal Investigation Agency.

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