Following months of surveillance, the Turkish National Intelligence Organization (MIT) discovered a “ghost cell” made up of 56 special operatives working for the Israeli Mossad. The operation, divided into nine different smaller networks, was reportedly working to gather intelligence against Hezbollah, Syria, and others
Senior journalist and author Paranjoy Guha Thakurta talks to Peoples Dispatch about how the Israeli state used the Pegasus spyware to advance the country’s diplomatic interests.
Today we look at a New York Times’ report on the Pegasus spyware, the fate of the 2011 Arab Spring protests in Egypt, and more
The spyware may have been used by governments across the world to spy on journalists, activists, rival politicians, leaders of other countries among others
Several governments have been accused of using the Israeli spyware to snoop on dissidents and journalists in reports published by 17 media organisations worldwide recently
The revelation was made in a report published by The Guardian and 16 other media organizations on Sunday which is based on the findings of Amnesty International and Paris based Forbidden Stories.
Israeli company NSO exports the Pegasus spyware, which has been used by governments across the world against opposition activists and journalists, including in India
The spyware named Pegasus, developed by the Tel Aviv based NSO Group, has been found to be used widely for targeting activists, dissidents, and journalists around the world