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9 Dez 2019

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Times of India

Indian Parliament issues notice to NSO Group seeking details about its malware & impact

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"Government issued notice to NSO; WhatsApp didn't inform about vulnerability in system; Prasad", 28 November 2019

IT minister Ravi Shankar Prasad told Parliament on [28 November 2019] that a WhatsApp CEO-led delegation had not mentioned... any vulnerability of their system during their meetings with the ministry... [T]he government had issued notice to Israeli technology firm NSO Group, which created Pegasus on November 26, seeking details about the malware and its impact... "Duing the high level... meeting [with] CEO Will Cathcart and VP Plicy Nick Clegg of WhatsApp... no mention was made by the high level WhatsApp team regarding this vulnerability," Prasad in a statement... "You can come to India for business, but there are sensitive and hyper-sensitive data and India would claim its right over that," Prasad said, adding he would discuss in detail once the Data Protection Law comes into force. 

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