NSO owner tells Amnesty it will prevent abuse of spyware linked to WhatsApp breach

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NSO owner tells Amnesty it will prevent abuse of spyware linked to WhatsApp breach

After Amnesty International sought to revoke its export licence.

NSO Group's owner said it will do whatever necessary to ensure the Israeli firm's spyware does not undermine human rights, after Amnesty International sought to revoke the export licence for NSO, which has been linked to a WhatsApp breach. While it did not comment on specific attacks, NSO said ...

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