Chairman of notorious spyware firm quits amid major snooping row — RT World News


The departure comes after recent allegations that Pegasus software was being used to monitor domestic dissidents since 2013

More alleged victims of Israeli spyware Pegasus were identified as the firm’s chairman resigned on Tuesday, only a week after reports that the software was used to spy on domestic protesters.

NSO Chairman Asher Levi resigned effective Tuesday, though he told the Associated Press his departure from the company had been planned for some…



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