Israeli police used spyware to hack its own citizens, an Israeli newspaper reports

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Israeli police have used spyware from controversial Israeli company NSO Group to hack the cell phones of Israeli citizens without judicial oversight, according to an Israeli newspaper. Joel Saget/AFP via Getty Images

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Israeli police have used spyware from controversial Israeli company NSO Group to hack the cell phones of Israeli citizens without judicial oversight, including activists protesting former Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, an Israeli newspaper reported Tuesday.

The report in the prominent financial daily Calcalist offered the first allegations

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