Disclosure of how Pegasus spyware was used to capture ministers, journalists, opposition leaders, businessmen, and others has prompted a series of vigilant changes. The spyware tool, which was also branded in 2017 and 2019 by security companies, was used to spy on 40 Indian journalists. In a blog post, the Internet Freedom Foundation (IFF) privacy advocate called for urgent surveillance reforms in India. “The use of such technology to monitor journalists leads to a negative impact as it prevents them from working and reporting critical issues, some of which may be anti-government, without compromising the safety and security of their…

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