Alleged Russian scammer appears in U.S. court after extradition battle
The case of Aleksei Burkov has been the subject of headlines in Israel and Russia for months.
Alleged Russian hacker at center of international dispute poised for extradition to U.S.
The case of Aleksey Burkov is the most recent example of Russian officials trying to stop an accused cybercriminal from standing trial in the U.S.
Employees from Israeli spyware vendor Ability arrested in probe of 'significant' issues
Ability has faced legal scrutiny for years.
Rights groups probe investments in NSO Group’s private equity firm
Pension funds on both sides of the Atlantic are playing an unexpected role in the standoff between NSO Group and digital rights groups.
Facebook bans Israeli company that's been sharing disinfo on West African politics
It's not just nation-states, businesses are starting to get in on the disinformation game.
Human rights groups to ask Israeli court to revoke NSO Group’s export license
The escalating confrontation with NSO Group comes after the company’s Pegasus spyware was reportedly used to track an Amnesty researcher.