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14 Jun 2021

Surveillance technology firm Quadream reportedly selling intrusive tools to Saudi Arabia, raising human rights concerns

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A Haaretz investigation found that secretive Israeli surveillance technology company Quadream has been selling phone-hacking technology with zero-click capabilities to Saudi Arabia, raising human rights concerns about its usage. The investigation suggests the firm uses a Cyprus-based company called InReach to sell its services abroad. InReach's website is currently unavailable, and Quadream did not respond to the investigation's requests for comment.