Israel police used spyware and adware on Netanyahu’s son, aides

JERUSALEM (AP) — Israeli police illegally spied on the telephones of former Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s son and members of his interior circle, an area newspaper reported Monday. The report prompted a high-level investigation and threw the previous chief’s corruption trial into disarray.

Netanyahu demanded a “robust and unbiased investigation” into the alleged police misuse of subtle spyware and adware in opposition to him, calling it a “black day for Israel” as proceedings in his trial have been placed on maintain.

Israeli enterprise newspaper Calcalist has printed a collection of current experiences alleging that police used the NSO Group’s controversial

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