Jakarta swarakyatbabel.com — From RTcom news quoted by the editor, it is said that the Israeli company NSO admitted to a European Parliament committee Tuesday that it “made a mistake”, but canceled the contract for the Pegasus spyware with an EU country that had abused surveillance technology.
NSO Chief Adviser Chaim Garland said “at least Five” EU countries had used Pegasus, but he needed to come back with “more concrete numbers”.
Reports of Pegasus being used to target political opponents in Spain, Poland and Hungary prompted an investigation, with calls to regulate software that NSO admits it has no control over.
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Source : RT News