‘Potential targets’, ‘common system’ and more: Unanswered questions on Pegasus allegations and why Amnesty statement makes no sense
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Both Amnesty International and Forbidden Stories have said that 50,000 numbers were potential targets for snooping with Pegasus
Amnesty now says they never claimed the ‘list’ was of NSO’s targets after lack of evidence was exposed, issues ambiguous statement
In a sensational twist to the NSO-Pegasus alleged snooping controversy, Amnesty International has now clarified that they never said that the leaked list of numbers was of NSO Group's Pegasus spyware targets, but it was the media which misrepresented the story.
NSO Group, which owns spyware Pegasus, paid firms founded by Biden adviser and former CIA official, says journalist
The NYT journalist said that until late 2019, NSO Group paid SKDK, a firm founded by a Biden adviser, for "advice".
Why Pegasus snoopgate is concerning: Forbidden Stories, links to US establishment and regime change propaganda in middle east
The Wire published what it called an 'explosive story' on Sunday involving allegations of spying with spyware Pegasus.
ED found that Amnesty created two entities to skip FCRA and receive funds under guise of export of services and FDI.
‘The law applies equally to all and it shall apply to Amnesty International as well,’ MHA gives the dubious NGO a royal dressing down....
Amnesty International had accused the central govt of a witch-hunt against it blaiming them for its decision to wrap up
Fact Check: Was Amnesty International forced to shut its operations in India due to its report on the Delhi Riots?
Amnesty International, one of the shadiest non-governmental organisations, was forced to shut down its operations in India on Tuesday
Amnesty International, which had links to British govt and Islamist orgs shuts shop in India after it says the govt froze all its accounts:...
The government of India has stated that Amnesty has been receiving foreign funding and donations despite not registering under FCRA.
Sopore attack: Amnesty India preaches laws while blatantly violating the same laws to suit their agenda
Amnesty India has been regularly disclosing identities and photographs of minors, but objects when Kashmir Police did so
Even as China kills 20 of our soldiers, Former Amnesty India chief Aakar Patel says BJP is the real enemy, not China
Amidst the ongoing standoff between India and China, where China went as far as to mutilate the body of our soldiers, Aakar Patel said that the real enemy was BJP and not China