The Israeli occupation has always been invasive, but new instructions place Israeli soldiers in a competition to see who can gather personal information from the most Palestinians.
On Monday the Guardian, the New York Times, and the Washington Post each published a different news story about Israeli technology – all with a common thread: unscrupulous practices targeting innocent people that Israel considers a threat.
Amazon isn’t just your one-stop shop for household items; Google is more than an internet search engine. These corporations are supplying Israel with the technology to enforce and deepen its occupation and apartheid over Palestinians.
Private Israeli firm NSO Group is under fire again. Its Pegasus spyware has hacked into 50,000 phone numbers belonging to activists, journalists, and world leaders, violating rights to privacy and international human rights law. NSO founders’ roots are in the IDF. NSO Group regularly tests its technologies on Palestinians…
Israeli spyware developer NSO Group, already under fire for allegedly providing the software used to spy on Jamal Khashoggi before his murder, is now being pursued by multiple US tech giants for its sale of hacking tools to foreign governments. The software was allegedly used to hack the mobile phones of journalists, diplomats and human rights workers.