CEO-designate of NSO spyware firm quits following US blacklist

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CEO-designate of NSO spyware firm quits following US blacklist

'Unable to carry out vision for the group'.

The executive due to take over as CEO of Israeli spyware company NSO Group has quit after the business was blacklisted by the US Commerce Department, the company said on Thursday. Isaac Benbenisti, who joined the company in August, was named on October 31 as the future replacement for CEO ...

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