‘Somebody has to do the dirty work’: NSO founders defend the spyware they built
Dive deeper into the Pegasus Project. Through lengthy interviews with the founders and investors, colleagues Elizabeth Dwoskin and Shira Rubin explore the story of NSO. The surveillance company went from a renovated chicken coop in an Israeli kibbutz to a billion-dollar company facing mounting controversy. In this fascinating listen, discover how the founders believe that what they have built is "for the greater good" and what they have in mind next for the business.
From The Washington Post