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US federal court rules lawsuit against Israeli NSO can continue

The United States District Court of the Northern District of California denied most of the arguments NSo Group made in its request in April.

NOT JUST yet. People hold Catalan flags during a protest last year.

Catalan's separatist leader claims to be victim of phone tap espionage

A spokesman for Torrent said he was "not involved in criminal activity such as terrorism or drug trafficking that would justify a judicial order to intervene on his phone."

Tel Aviv District Court discusses Amnesty International’s request to revoke NSO’s export license, Fe

Court rules for NSO, Defense Ministry in Amnesty lawsuit

Judge declines to revoke export license, but does not explain.

People pose in front of a display showing the word 'cyber' in binary code, in this picture illustrat

Morocco rejects Amnesty’s allegations on spying on journalist

Moroccan authorities on Friday rejected an Amnesty report saying they have spied on journalist Omar Radi using Israeli-made technology.


Israeli spyware allegedly used to spy on Moroccan journalist - Amnesty

Continued attacks on Radi's phone were detected even after Amnesty informed NSO Group of Morocco's human rights violations using the company's software.

SECURITY SURVEILLANCE monitors. Privacy advocates argue that even if the official transfer of data d

Spy agencies and human rights in the era of coronavirus

Can the public’s right to privacy coexist with the government’s fight to curb the pandemic?

NSO makes state sovereign immunity claim to defend from Facebook lawsuit

CEO Shalev Hulio tells US court his customers are only sovereign states or their intelligence and law enforcement agencies.

Silhouettes of mobile users next to the Whatsapp logo, March 28, 2018.

WhatsApp takes step toward winning spyware lawsuit after NSO no-show

WhatsApp sued NSO in October after finding evidence that the hacking firm had abused a flaw in the app's popular chat program to remotely hijack hundreds of smartphones.

 Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg

Zuckerberg: Israeli NSO can try to defend legality of actions

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg released comments Saturday afternoon on the current lawsuit launched that accuses Israeli spyware vendor NSO itself of exploiting a flaw in WhatsApp messaging service.

Hooded man holds laptop computer as blue screen with an exclamation mark is projected on him

FBI probes use of Israeli NSO spyware in personal, gov't hacks

The probe was underway by 2017, when FBI officials were trying to learn whether NSO obtained from American hackers any of the code it needed to infect smartphones

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