[SecurityWeek] Amnesty Urges Moratorium on Surveillance Technology in Pegasus Scandal

Allegations that governments used phone malware supplied by an Israeli firm to spy on journalists, activists and heads of state have “exposed a global human rights crisis,” Amnesty International said, asking for a moratorium on the sale and use of surveillance technology.

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