Apple sues NSO Group for targeting its users with spyware

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Apple sues NSO Group for targeting its users with spyware
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Apple sues NSO Group for targeting its users with spyware

Seeks to bar the Israeli firm from using its products

Apple is suing Israeli surveillance software firm NSO Group and its parent company for misusing Apple's services and products to place a hacking tool on the iPhones of certain users. The lawsuit was...

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