BEIRUT (AP) – Human Rights Watch said Wednesday that one of its senior employees was targeted last year with spyware designed by hacker rental company NSO. Israel.
The New York-based human rights group said the software was used against Lama Fakih, the Beirut bureau chief, who also oversaw their crisis response in several countries, including Syria, Myanmar, Israel and the Palestinian territories, Ethiopia, Afghanistan and the United States. Statuses.
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