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Criticism hypocritical, blacklisting by America will be rescinded: NSO

"I absolutely sleep soundly at night," said Shalev Hulio, Chief Executive Officer of NSO Group

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Israel's embattled cyber tech company NSO Group has denied wrongdoing as it called criticism of its sale of Pegasus spyware programme to non-democratic countries "hypocritical," comparing the surveillance technology to military weapons systems being sold by others, amid mounting allegations that software was misused globally, including in Israel.

An undeterred Chief Executive Officer of NSO Group, Shalev Hulio, in an interview to Israeli Channel 12 on Saturday, strongly defended the company's operations, though he also conceded that some "mistakes" may have happened over the years.

"I absolutely sleep soundly at night,” Hulio said.

Hulio's interview came a day after a New York Times

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First Published: Jan 30 2022 | 10:58 PM IST

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