News ID: 109877
Publish Date : 07 December 2022 - 22:20

Concerns Growing as Notorious NSO Spyware Company Seeking Comeback

WEST BANK (Dispatches) – The Zionist regime’s blacklisted spyware company the NSO Group is looking to make a comeback with the return to power of Benjamin Netanyahu.
The prime minister-designate is close to putting together a far-right coalition cabinet which is expected to be the most extreme in the occupation regime’s history.
The controversial company views Netanyahu’s return as the ideal opportunity to get back its status as the producer of spyware for the world’s autocrats and dictators.
NSO has been hemorrhaging losses since the administration of U.S. President Joe Biden placed the spyware company on a trade blacklist. The group was accused of supplying technology to foreign governments for the purpose of maliciously targeting government officials, journalists, business people, activists, academics and embassy workers.
The global backlash also forced the Zionist cabinet to rein in NSO’s controversial practices. The cabinet imposed a stringent approval process for any new sales for the entire spyware industry, including NSO’s competitors. This was designed to make sales to countries with problematic human rights records extremely difficult.
European intelligence agencies were potential customers but people in the industry said that “nobody wanted to touch any Israel interception software at all.” EU-regulated competitors from Greece, Bulgaria and Cyprus, many of them staffed by Zionists, are said to have rushed to fill the gap in the market.
However, according to a report in the Financial Times, NSO co-founder Shalev Hulio believes that Netanyahu’s imminent comeback will provide much-needed political cover for the beleaguered company to conduct deals with nations crucial to the regime’s foreign policy. People familiar with Hulio are reported as saying that he is banking on Netanyahu, who was pivotal to the company’s performance over the past 12 years.