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More than a dozen journalists sue NSO Group in U.S. court over alleged spyware targeting

by AJ Vicens

The lawsuit is the third against the Israeli firm in the U.S., but the first brought by journalists.

White House expected to issue executive order reining in spyware

by Tonya Riley

The prospect of an executive order limiting use of spyware within U.S. intelligence unleashes potentially even more debate in Washington.

State Department debars ex-NSA cyber mercenaries who aided vast UAE surveillance operation

by Suzanne Smalley

The former intelligence operatives worked in a hacking unit of the cybersecurity firm DarkMatter, which is known for developing spyware.

Will spyware maker NSO Group's struggles reduce use of its eavesdropping tech? Critics doubt it.

by AJ Vicens

The company announced layoffs and a reorganization on Sunday, but spyware researchers doubt that will reduce the use of its technology.

House Intel Chairman vows to put 'greater emphasis' on fighting spyware

by Suzanne Smalley

Spyware such as NSO Group-produced Pegasus is proliferating quickly and poses a threat to privacy and national security, experts said.

Congress goes after spyware purveyors. Will it make a difference?

by Suzanne Smalley

The crackdown on foreign commercial surveillance comes in the wake of high-profile attacks on diplomats and government officials abroad.

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