[ZDNet] Saudi human rights activist files lawsuit against former US intelligence operatives for hacking scandal

The Justice Department faced criticism in September for only fining the three former US intelligence operatives after they broke multiple US laws through their offensive hacking of protesters and journalists for the UAE.

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