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European Union training law enforcement how to hack iPhones

A new report has produced documents that shows a European Union agency trains law enforcement on how to spy on the iPhone, with that training extending to officials from countries with a history of human rights abuses.As the European Union has been pressing Apple over privacy issues in its coronavirus tracking, one EU agency has reportedly been training officials how to spy on iPhone users.Privacy International claims that this training has been conducted worldwide, and is at least at times paid for from EU funds intended to provide aid. It also says that it has evidence that non-EU countries have received this training, including ones with poor records in human rights. Read more…
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