A joint investigation by Thai human rights group iLaw, Southeast Asian internet watchdog Digital Reach, and Canadian cybersecurity watchdog Citizen Lab uncovered the use of Pegasus spyware on at least 30 government critics between October 2020 to November 2021.(Photo by Daniel Gzz)

Pegasus spyware scandal returns to haunt Thai govt

Allegations that Thai authorities used surveillance spyware on government critics returned to haunt those in power just a day before the no-confidence debate started on Tuesday. It was reported that…

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Thai police deny use of Pegasus spyware against anti-government elements

Thai police deny that they have used Pegasus spyware to hack into the devices of anti-government elements, said Deputy National Police Spokesman Pol Col Krisana Pattanacharoen. This follows the recent…

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The latest wave of cyber-attacks has been blamed on spyware known as Pegasus, made by the Israeli technology firm NSO Group.

Inside the Pegasus spyware scandal infecting Thailand

Concerns over possible state-sponsored cyber-spying have been raised after at least six critics of the Thai government were reportedly warned by Apple Inc that their smartphones were being targeted. It…

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