Bhima Koregaon case: examination finds activist Rona Wilson’s phone was i…

Bhima Koregaon case: examination finds activist Rona Wilson’s phone was i…




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The examination by Amnesty showed that two backups of an iPhone 6s belonging to Wilson, who has been in jail on terrorism charges since June 2018, had digital traces showing infection by the Pegasus surveillance tool, which its developer, the Israeli cybersecurity firm NSO Group, has said has been licensed only to government agencies. The examination expands the findings reported by The Washington Post and a global media consortium in July that the tool has been deployed against a wide range of targets around the world, including human rights activists and journalists.

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