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Israel lays down law on cyber exports after Pegasus spy scandal

Israel laid down the law Monday on the use by foreign governments of its cyber exports, after the private Israeli developer of Pegasus spyware became engulfed in scandal abroad.The defence ministry-linked agency for military exports, in a statement, specified that a foreign state seeking a cyber or intelligence system must only use it to combat terrorism and “serious crimes”.Smartphones infected with Pegasus spyware developed by the private Israeli firm NSO Group are essentially turned into…


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