The Indian parliament began its recent monsoon session rocked by the scandal of Israeli Company NSO’s ‘Pegasus Spyware‘ technology.
Following massive leaks from the “Pegasus” project, four US Democrats suggest blacklisting Israeli spyware firm over hacks of journalists and activists, according to The Washington Post.
Gantz will fly to Paris on Wednesday for a brief visit, where he will meet his French counterpart to discuss a range of issues, including the “scandal” related to the "Israeli cyber firm NSO Group", whose software have been used to target French President.
After his phone was targeted by an Israeli spyware, French President Emmanuel Macron summons the Defense Council for an "exceptional" meeting.
Morocco announced that it has opted for a judicial approach "in Morocco and internationally against any party taking into account these false allegations," referring to media reports on its possible involvement in using the Pegasus spyware.
Al Mayadeen, headed by Mr. Ghassan Ben Jeddou, set out to the world outside the boundaries of the media market, without any intent of competing with any entity. Rather, its quest was focused on finding the truth, armed with independence and honesty.
The press secretary for the president of Russia, Dmitry Peskov, says that Moscow needs no additional security measures over the Pegasus spyware scandal.