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Amoral 21st Century Mercenary: Apple Sues Pegasus Maker NSO Group

Nov 24, 2021 Associated Press (AP)

Apple said in a complaint filed in federal court in California that NSO Group's spyware, called Pegasus, had been used to attack a small number of Apple customers worldwide.

Bombay HC Issues Notice On PIL Questioning State Officials' 2019 Israel Tour

Aug 05, 2021 Outlook Web Desk

The petition filed by Laxman Bura and Digamber said that there was apparently 'a nexus between the phone tapping cases, which are a matter of public knowledge now, and the Israel tour'.


Tharoor Seeks Action Over Officials' Not Attending Panel Meet, Dubey Urges For His Removal

In his letter to the speaker, Tharoor said the action of representatives of three ministries constitutes "breach of parliamentary privilege and contempt of the House".

NSO Temporarily Blocks Pegasus Access For Some Government Clients: Reports

Jul 31, 2021 Outlook Web Bureau

The move follows raids on NSO offices by Israeli authorities ‘to begin assessing’ allegations of security breach levelled by various international actors against NSO.


Will Interrogate Govt Officials On The 'Most Important' Pegasus Snooping Issue: Shashi Tharoor

The 32-member Parliamentary Standing Committee on IT is scheduled to meet on Wednesday, for which the listed agenda is ''Citizens' data security and privacy'', according to a notification issued by Lok Sabha Secretariat.

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US Shows Concern Over Use Of Spying Technology Against Civil Society, Regime Critics And Journalists

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'The whole notion of using this type of technology against civil society, or regime critics, or journalists, or anybody like that through extrajudicial means is always concerning,' Acting Assistant Secretary for South and Central Asian Affairs Dean Thompson told reporters


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Delhi Chief Minister & AAP National Convenor Arvind Kejriwal being welcomed by women supporters during his door-to-door campaign ahead of the Goa Assembly elections, in Goa.

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