If Spies Can Hack Our iPhones, What’s Stopping Them From Framing Us for Crimes?

Instead of being astonished by the ease with which an Israeli firm’s software can hijack ‘secure’ devices, we need to put in place laws governing how all actors can use this personal data.

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“There is something intimate and insidious about a telephone,” observed former CIA officer William Johnson, in his 1987 monograph on the spy trade. “No matter how careful I am when using the telephone, I...