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Kerala government’s draft bill seeks to permit the police to start snooping on citizens without even getting approval first: Reports

Kerala government has introduced a draft bill that will enable the State police to snoop on anyone without prior approval from competent authorities

Supreme Court asks why nobody filed a complaint in the Pegasus snooping allegations, catches lie by N Ram: Details of the hearing

Supreme Court asked why suddenly so many petitions in Pegasus snooping allegations when the issue is known for two years

Congress spokesperson accuses Modi govt of hacking phones of BJP leaders Smriti Irani and Vasundhara Raja, hints the phones have explicit content

Congress spokesperson Supriya Shrinate claimed that Modi govt is snooping on phones of female BJP leaders

Journalist who forged Rafale documents to lie about scam, now approaches Supreme Court alleging a snooping scandal that has no merit

Ahead of the 2019 Lok Sabha elections, N. Ram had desperately tried to create an anti-Modi narrative by digitally altering some documents to make the Rafale deal look suspicious.

Did you know? US National Security Agency was authorised to spy on BJP when it was an opposition party

In 2014, Edward Snowden had released certain classified documents, which revealed that NSA was authorised to spy on BJP.

Even as Pegasus story falls flat, here are the 9 ‘protocols’ Uddhav Thackeray-led Maharashtra govt has put in place fearing being spied on

Even as the Pegasus snoop gate propaganda peddled by vested foreign interests fell flat with no takers or proof, the Maharashtra government seems to be still afraid of a potential threat of being spied on

‘Potential targets’, ‘common system’ and more: Unanswered questions on Pegasus allegations and why Amnesty statement makes no sense

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.

When Congress-led governments unabashedly snooped on politicians, including veteran leader Pranab Mukherjee, Amar Singh and others

The Congress-led UPA government was unapologetic in snooping on notable personalities including Pranab Mukherjee and others.

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