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Apple sues Pegasus makers in court

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Apple’s lawsuit seeks to prevent future scandals involving Pegasus. A few weeks ago, the United States blacklisted the NSO.

New York, First Published Nov 24, 2021, 9:18 AM IST

New York: Apple sues NSO, Israeli spy software maker, for spying. Apple Corps has filed a lawsuit against a federal court for questioning its use of Pegasus in its use of phones. Apple Corps has said that the leaking of phone data is “extremely serious”. Apple’s lawsuit seeks to prevent future scandals involving Pegasus. A few weeks ago, the United States blacklisted the NSO. The move was seen as facilitating the repressive policies of foreign countries. This was followed by Apple’s move.

More companies are likely to make a similar decision against the NSO. Apple has filed a lawsuit in federal court in Sanchos, California. Apple alleges that the NSO targeted the company and its customers with malicious spyware and malware. Earlier, WhatsApp had approached the court alleging that the NSO group was monitoring their customers through Pegasus spyware. NSO is the maker of controversial Pegasus spy software.

Last Updated Nov 24, 2021, 9:18 AM IST

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