The Guardian – Macron, 13 leaders on leaked data list
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The Guardian – Macron and 13 leaders on leaked data list
The Guardian leads with more revelations from its investigation into Pegasus – a spying tool developed by the company NSO. The paper says a leaked database – which it believes to be indicative of individuals indentified as persons of interest by government clients of NSO – includes the mobile numbers of French president Emmanuel Macron and 13 other heads of state or government.
The appearance of a number on the list does not mean it was subject to an attempted or successful hack and NSO insists it has “no relevance” to the company. It says Mr Macron was not a “target” of any of its customers.
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The Guardian leads with more revelations from its investigation into Pegasus – a spying tool developed by the company NSO, saying the leaked data list includes world leaders