Poland Bought NSO Group's Spyware in 2017 Following Prime Ministers' Meeting
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Polish newspaper Gazeta Wyborcza reports that Poland’s Central Anticorruption Bureau bought Israel’s NSO Group’s Pegasus spyware for hacking cellphones in 2017, not long after then prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu met with Polish Prime Minister Beata Szydło.
This report follows a joint investigation by the Associated Press and the University of Toronto’s Citizen Lab that concluded the cellphones of three individuals associated with Poland’s opposition were hacked using NSO’s Pegasus. (Yonah Jeremy Bob / Jerusalem Post)
Related: Notes From Poland, Middle East Eye, AFP, Haaretz
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