Notorious Israeli founder and CEO of spyware firm NSO Group will reportedly step aside.
Same company in charge of the infamous Pegasus spyware reported earlier this year.
The CEO Shalev Hulio of Israeli spyware company NSO Group, which has repeatedly made headlines around the world in recent years over claims its powerful hacking software has been used to abuse human rights, is to step aside from his position reported late Sunday.
NSO developed Pegasus, a tool that can switch on a phone’s camera or microphone and harvest its data. There have been repeated allegations that the software is being used to abuse human rights.