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The hacks, which took place recently, targeted U.S. government officials based in Uganda or whose responsibility concerned the country, Reuters has reported.
.In July, NSO CEO Shalev Hulio shot down concerns that his company's software could be used maliciously, stating that law-abiding citizens have "nothing to be afraid of."
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mac_dog said:crowley said:I'm not decided either way on the issue, I think Apple play a pretty mean hand and could do with a bit of a slap on the wrist…
If her allegations are true, then they're true. If they're false, then they're false. If she has evidence of Apple doing precisely what they say they do not do, then she has evidence. If she doesn't have evidence, then she doesn't have evidence.
What she did or didn't do at other companies is irrelevant to the veracity of those facts.