Israel eases rules on cyber weapons exports despite criticism

People take part in a training session at Cybergym, a cyber-warfare training facility backed by the Israel Electric Corporation, at their training center in Hadera, Israel July 8, 2019. REUTERS/Ronen Zvulun

TEL AVIV (Reuters) – Israel is easing export rules on offensive cyber weapons, despite accusations by human rights and privacy groups that its technologies are used by some governments to spy on political foes and crush dissent. A rule change by the defence ministry means companies can now obtain exemptions on marketing licences for the […]

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