Mexican Drug Cartels Have Access to Up to 25 Companies' Spyware Thanks to Federal, State Police Forces
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As many as 25 private companies, including the notorious Israeli spyware purveyor NSO Group, have sold spyware to Mexican federal and state police forces, who sell it to the drug cartels
according to the Cartel Project, an initiative coordinated by Forbidden Stories, a global network of investigative journalists, which helps reporters who are threatened, censored, or killed (Nina Lakhani / The Guardian)
Related: Haaretz.com, Forbidden Stories
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