Comment to NYTimes article: It is more than just a surveillance, it is the attempts at "behavioral modifications" of the COINTELPRO type, combined with the online personal manipulations, that what they practice, and that what is troubling. They can be suspected of even worse things that should be investigated. - 3:32 PM 3/21/2019



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It is more than just a surveillance, it is the attempts at "behavioral modifications" of the COINTELPRO type, combined with the online personal manipulations, that what they practice, and that what is troubling. They can be suspected of even worse things that should be investigated. For example, see this post in my blog trumpinvestigations.blogspot.com: Hillary Clinton 2016 fainting at 9/11 ceremony AND Israeli private "behavior modification" spy firms: IS THERE A CONNECTION?! https://trumpinvestigations.blogspot.com/2019/03/hillary-clinton-2016-fainting-at-911.html Is this what Joel Zamel got paid $2M for, among the other services? Image result for portable high precision microwave weapon These portable devices, especially if they are custom made or modified, could be disguised easily as the balky professional optic video recording equipment (they look like regular optic devices), and as such they are very easy to aim directly at the targeted victim in the plain public view, without arousing any suspicions. Were the effects of this hypothetical operation assessed statistically, with regard to Hillary's poll numbers at that time? No, they were not. And they should be. This occurrence might have the same significance as the October 28, 2016 Letter and the NYTimes article about no evidence of Trump-Russia collusion about 1 week prior to the Election Day. FBI, are you going to investigate this? Or are you going just to disregard this, as always? Michael Novakhov


3:32 PM 3/21/2019

A New Age of Warfare: How Internet Mercenaries Do Battle for Authoritarian Governments

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The company has established an ethics committee, which decides whether it can sell its spyware to countries based on their human rights records as reported by global organizations like the World Bank’s human capital index, and other indicators. NSO would not sell to Turkey, for example, because of its poor record on human rights, current and former employees said.
But on the World Bank index, Turkey ranks higher than Mexico and Saudi Arabia, both NSO clients. A spokesman for Israel’s Ministry of Defense, which needs to authorize any contract that NSO wins from a foreign government, declined to answer questions about the company.
A lawsuit alleged last year that in the months before his death, Saudi Arabia used NSO products to spy on Mr. Khashoggi, the Washington Post columnist strangled and dismembered in October by Saudi operatives inside the kingdom’s consulate in Istanbul. NSO denies the accusation. Citizen Lab, a Canadian research organization, reported that several of Mr. Khashoggi’s closest contacts were targets of NSO hacking tools. Without access to Mr. Khashoggi’s devices, researchers have not confirmed whether he was a direct target of NSO surveillance.
Even in cases of blatant abuse, NSO continued to renew contracts with its government clients. In 2013, for instance, NSO inked its first deal with the United Arab Emirates. Within a year, the Emirati government was caught installing NSO spyware on the mobile phone of Ahmed Mansoor, a prominent human rights activist.
After receiving an onslaught of text messages containing links, Mr. Mansoor — a frequent target of Emirati surveillance — grew suspicious and passed the texts to security researchers, who determined the links were NSO lures that exploited vulnerabilities in Apple software to take over Mr. Mansoor’s phone. It was, researchers said, the most sophisticated spyware they had ever uncovered on a mobile device.
The discovery forced Apple to release an emergency patch. But by then, Mr. Mansoor had already been fired from his job, had his passport confiscated, his car stolen, his email hacked, his location tracked, his bank account emptied of $140,000, and was beaten by strangers twice in the same week.

A New Age of Warfare: How Internet Mercenaries Do Battle for Authoritarian Governments - New York Times

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A New Age of Warfare: How Internet Mercenaries Do Battle for Authoritarian Governments  New York Times
Sophisticated surveillance, once the domain of world powers, is increasingly available on the private market. Smaller countries are seizing on the tools ...


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