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The National Police Has Never Used Pegasus

Monday, June 12, 2023

The National Police claims it has never used the spyware Pegasus. But they have used zero-click for wiretapping. Chief of the National Police Division of Technology, Information, and Communication, Insp. Gen. Slamet Uliandi explains about it.

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National Police Communication and Informatics Technology Division Chief Insp. Gen. Slamet Uliandi Tempo/Muhammad Hidayat/File Photo . tempo : 172092441530.

THE National Police is among the country’s institutions with the authority to wiretap. As Internet-based communication devices become more widely used, tools and methods for wiretapping have become increasingly sophisticated. Pegasus is a spyware with great abilities, produced by the Israeli tech company, NSO Group. The problem is, Pegasus has often been connected to the spying of civil society groups, journalists, and even political rivals

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