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Eavesdropping scandal, USAGM reacts harshly, France launches investigation, Israeli PM talks about cyber threat

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Cyber-attacks represent one of the biggest national security threats to the world, Israeli Prime Minister Naftali Bennett said at a conference hosted by Tel Aviv University. "We are obliged to defend ourselves and for this reason we have created a national body of protection against cyber attacks, charged with overseeing our national infrastructure such as water, electricity and private enterprises," he said.

The Prime Minister has not yet made reference to the history of the Israeli company NSO, subject to international media after allegations of involvement in espionage through its "Pegasus" program. Instead, Bennett reiterated that "cyber capabilities developed in Israel can deter attacks launched by enemy countries against third countries." "It's important that we work together to ensure the protection of the Internet. "We invite well-meaning countries around the world to join forces with us to create a global Internet protection."

USAGM react

The United States Agency for Global Media (USAGM) has expressed its outrage over reports that more than 180 journalists - including those from VOA and Radio Free Europe - appear to have been the target of spyware. military category. "Targeting the private conversations of journalists, in any way, is unconscious," said Acting Director of USAGM Kelu Chao. USAGM oversees VOA, Radio Free Asia, Radio Free Europe and other US-funded international broadcasters. Research conducted by several media outlets, called the Pegasus Project, has found that software designed to assisting governments in tracking down terrorists has been used to hack the phones of journalists, human rights activists and government officials. The software, called Pegasus, was developed by the Israeli company NSO Group. The American daily Washington Post, has reported that among the targeted journalists are some from the Voice of America.

France launches investigations

French prosecutors have launched an investigation into allegations that some journalists of the local investigative site, Mediapart, were spied on through an Israeli program. The French investigation will analyze 10 different charges, including whether there was a breach of privacy or fraudulent access to personal electronic devices, the Paris Prosecutor's Office said on July 20.

The investigation has become even more priority as the French daily Le Monde reported on July 20 that French President Emmanuel Macron and several prominent government officials had been targeted for potential surveillance in a spying case. The announcement of the investigation comes a day after the Mediapart website filed a criminal complaint, accusing the Monaco secret services of using the espionage software of the Israeli company NSO, to spy on the mobile phones of its two journalists.