Red flags on the new Israeli signature tool
NEW DELHI: The digital group Freedom Foundation has written to the CM and Chhattisgarh urging them to set up committees to investigate the surveillance, which was allegedly used to examine at least 120 Indians exploiting a vulnerability in. Targets included lawyers and activists related to the Bhima-Koregaon case in Maharashtra and Dalit activists in Chhattisgarh.
Pegasus is owned by the Israeli firm NSO, which has allegedly developed surveillance software to track Covid-19. In a statement, IFF said that while it is unclear whether NSO reached out to the Indian government, it is important to be cautious.