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Using “Pegasus”, the Israeli police spies on 3 local council heads without court order

Israeli police used “Pegasus” to hack the phones of some mayors and local authorities

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Israeli press investigations revealed that the Israeli police used the “Pegasus” spyware program of the Israeli cyber company “NSO” to spy on mayors and local authorities without the court order and without any justification, suspicions of corruption, or criminal offenses

According to the “Yedioth Ahronoth” newspaper’s website, Al-Sheikh’s statement was a hint to the Israeli police officers and various units to use the spy program in order to conduct major investigations according to the newspaper

Israeli police used “Pegasus” to hack the phones of some mayors and local authorities

“Israeli police used the program to hack the phones of some mayors and local authorities. Result of police spying, some of them were arrested and their families, friends, and assistants were summoned for investigation

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According to the “Calcalist” newspaper, the Israeli police purchased the “Pegasus” spy program for the first time in December 2013 when Yohanan Danino was the inspector general of the police. The cost of buying and maintaining “Pegasus” amounted to ten million shekels

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