Spying, an open investigation into the Pegasus case in Paris

Spying, an open investigation into the Pegasus case in Paris

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Spying, an open investigation into the Pegasus case in Paris

The Paris prosecutor’s office has opened an investigation after allegations of espionage against French journalists on behalf of Morocco made on Sunday by the media consortium ‘Forbidden Stories’, according to which the phones of several reporters were infiltrated with the Pegasus spyware of’ Israeli company Nso Group. Accusations that Rabat has flatly rejected.

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This investigation, we read in a note from the prosecutor cited by ‘Le Figaro’, was opened for a series of alleged crimes ranging from “violation of privacy” to “fraudulent access” to a computer system up to “association with to commit a crime “. The investigation follows the complaint presented by the Mediapart website.

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