[ZDNet] Citizen Lab researcher disputes claims from NSO Group after UK court finds UAE ruler used Pegasus to hack ex-wife, lawyers

“Would NSO Group have notified Princess Haya’s lawyers had I not done my own notification?” Citizen Lab’s William Marczak told ZDNet.

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