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After a bombshell report revealed that dozens of Thai democracy activists were targeted by an Israeli spyware programme called Pegasus over the past two years, Thai police forces are denying that they ever had any hand in the spyware. The Deputy National Police Spokesman said that Pegasus spyware was not used to hack anti-government dissident’s mobile devices, despite claims in a report by iLaw, Digital Reach, and Citizen Lab. The spokesperson said that Thai police forces, while bound by duty to prevent crimes and maintain peace and order and national security, always comply with the law and carry out all […]

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Lmfao. Of course the RTP didn't do it, they are way too IT illiterate for a start. But you can bet your bippy that some arm of the securocrat state has been instrumental in this criminal activity. It has the Dear Leader's fragrance all over it.

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If at risk of being hacked by some agency best use disposable phones with prepaid SIM. And dump them every week. 

And write down your contact details on a piece of paper. With a pen. 

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