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Thursday, 9 September 2021

Germany's federal police agency secretly purchased and used controversial spyware 'Pegasus'


German news outlet Deutsche Welle (DW) notes that the federal government held a closed-door session with the parliamentary Interior Committee of the Bundestag. In the meeting, it confirmed that the BKA bought Pegasus software from NSO Group in 2019. The agency made the purchase in "the utmost secrecy" against the...

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