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How Governments Can Hack Your Phone

What is known about the Pegasus project that was used by intelligence agencies of 11 countries

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An investigation conducted by a coalition of media organizations revealed that governments hacked the phones of journalists, activists, and human rights activists using software developed by an Israeli company specializing in espionage…




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Antonis Iliakis

Antonis Iliakis

Understanding Human Psychology, Researcher & Tech Consultant, MSc in Computer Programming & Web Development — Human Behavior Researcher

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