Khashoggi's widow sues NSO group over phone hacking

16/06/2023 | Reuters

Hanan Elatr Khashoggi, the widow of murdered Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi, has filed a civil suit in the Northern District of Virginia alleging that Israeli surveillance firm NSO Group used its software to spy on her messages around the time of her husband's death. She claims that NSO targeted her devices and caused her harm through the brutal killing of her husband and by violating her safety, privacy, and autonomy. NSO has not yet responded to the lawsuit.

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