US calls for sanctions against NSO Group and other spyware firms

Tom Allen
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Spyware firms like NSO Group are accused of aiding authoritarian regimes around the world
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Spyware firms like NSO Group are accused of aiding authoritarian regimes around the world

Senate Finance Committee chair Ron Wyden said, "The Biden administration has the chance to turn off the spigot of American dollars and help put them out of business for good"

US lawmakers are calling for sanctions against NSO Group, the Israeli firm responsible for producing the Pegasus spyware - thought to have been used against more than 1,000 journalists, rights acti...

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