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UN Expert: Stop Selling The Types Of Spyware That Helped Jamal Khasoggi Be Murdered

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UN Expert: Stop Selling The Types Of Spyware That Helped Jamal Khasoggi Be Murdered

UN Expert: Stop Selling The Types Of Spyware That Helped Jamal Khasoggi Be Murdered

David Kaye is the UN's special rapporteur on the promotion and protection of the right to freedom of opinion and expression.

Now, Business Insider reports Kaye is calling on spyware companies like the Israeli firm NSO Group to stop selling and licensing their products while a legal framework for their use is worked out.

A report to the UN calls out instances of human rights abuses, including the targeting of journalists and human rights workers in Mexico who report on the drug trade.

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