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then with the united positions deal with problems from around the world, the government says they are aiming for 70 percent of the population by the end of the year. ah again, peter, i'll be here and you top stories on al jazeera, many as can take a prime minister, exclaimed victory in sunday, snap parliamentary elections. his main rival, the former president robert co sharianda blog, says it will not recognize the results from european rory. challenge explains what these initial results indicate. what is the mean of our voting happens in armenia? the last polls opinion polls that we've done before election day put pasheti and
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pansy am catamarans party, essentially neck and neck. but they did identify that there was a large chunk of voters who are as yet undecided now what these are the result suggest is that many of those undecided voters in the, in, have broken for passion the m bus minute. this is a big but with 10 out of fewer than 50 percent, less than 50 percent. that also suggests that there are a good number of armenians and for whatever reason is this is because of the war or the tone of the campaigning. or the candidates themselves have decided to sit this election out there on only nuclear power plants has gone into an emergency shut down the 1st time the head of the state energy companies. as the bashir plant may not be operational for up to 4 days, negotiations survive, the iran nuclear deal will resume after 10 days, both iran and the us say despite progress differences do remain exit. polls in
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france are suggesting the far right has performed worse than expected in sunday's regional elections. the president emanuel macro, centrist party, also pulled badly, but it does appear the centre rights has made some gains. it comes after erect or low voter turnout. the 1st round of regional elections, libya's national unity government has announced the partial reopening of a road that links the east to the west. it was one of the conditions of the ceasefire agreement signed between the warring sites in october, an advisor to the jail, hong kong media tycoon. jimmy ly has told reuters news agency that the pro democracy newspaper, the apple daily it will be forced to shut in a matter of days. instead, the company has no access to funds after its assets were frozen. the apple daily news room was recently rated by the police. those are your headlines back now to alex's world. more news on this channel in 30. i'll see you that the,
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the in november 2020, i'll just 0 arabic, contacted the top is really cybersecurity official. to find out more about data and cyber cooperation between israel and the u. e. the official refused to speak on camera, but said he had just returned from an official business trip to the us be designed to promote high profile official coordination between the 2 countries. according to lead to reports, israeli and moratti's cyber cooperation developed significantly around this time. the arrangement seemed to be that full security coordination between the 2 countries allowed and exchange of information. while the u. e invested millions of us dollars in the israeli spyware. the benefits what allegedly governed by rules set by the israeli intelligence services of carlo yob,
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company that is seen as the main player in the u. a cybersecurity market. dark matter. it's a very interesting case that this company, based in the united arab emirates, and they do sort of both defense as well as often there was this great reporting from both foreign policy as well as reuters, which looked into their offensive operations, meaning hacking. so what, what these reports were able to establish is that there was this group of n, s, a former, an essay and former cia intelligence officials from the united states that went to go work for the u. e. government, under the auspices of this company, dark matter and just to fall into that and be clear, dark matter was not employing former and a se, officials to spy on americans, because that would obviously be a federal crime. united states. and we don't do that. it's not within our, our mission and i would like sort of distress at this point is to enable society
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economies to sort of pursue junk of smart and safe digital. so away it will be contrary to our mission. and you can categorically say that dark matter doesn't spy on us citizens. we don't do that. that's not within our capabilities. so currently we don't do this work. lion, they're lying, it's the only thing that can handle massive data for them. i design these mathematical programs. we had no upper limit on the capacity to handle data. not there was no, no problem, ad trillions could trillions of data, doesn't matter. we had no mathematical limit that i could see the american investigative website, the intercept published a report and a total of 2016. based on the experiences i'm going to tell you and cybersecurity research are approached by dark matter. the report claimed that dark matter had discussed plans to hack any device it wanted to in the u. e. at the press of
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a button. the report also cited a number of dark matter. employees who were former u. s. s a and intelligence officials. the employees said they were asked to carry out offensive operations under the banner of protecting us national security. dark matter dismissed, the researchers allegations saying it preferred quote, talking reality not fantasy tom on this home at the author report, jenna mclaughlin, who has investigated the work of dog matter extensively around 2015 the u a. b. and it's company essentially linked pretty closely to its own defense defense services. dark matter. wanted to get some of those employees into their own roof. so they could do a lot more things more freely because some of those u. s. contractors were restricted by us laws. they were drawn by massive salaries promises of staying in beautiful places, pool villas,
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yachts even some time. so once some of these employees arrived in, in dark matter, they were sort of ask questions about how to use those skills in an offensive manner. in order to do that, they would also have to have their see, the corner it says would be held by, by that contractor in a skiff. but the approval for those of the clearance would come from an essay that was against the eye. if it was human and so on, so that agencies would approve it. so that implies that everything that they're doing with his contractors is approved. i think cybersecurity firm, in the regent, dark matter, we're covering really the whole spectrum of security. we've also grabbed a lot of people all around the world. moto, very moderate alicia came from, had dark letters and don't know where am in santa ana for who and how the sen module that supply the b. b. then to summer i didn't want to see me monitor
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within the last few years i returned to i would be for a defense conference ibex and i got the chance to speak to some of my sources and others that i've met since. and they told me that all the negative attention on dark matter from my reporting and subsequent reporting from writers and others really drew a lot of attention that the royal family was not interested in. and as a result of that, members of the real family, extremely high ranking officials sort of went to dark matter and said, you need to change the names of this, remove it, get it out of here. be a lot more discrete. i think from my perspective, ok, having a contractor us contract or working for a foreign government means they are now an agent that, that foreign government not, not a us agents. and having them come from a place like in a say where they're dealing with classified activities and then going over and
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assisting in classified act, similar classified activities in another country. means there's foreign spies. now they're not us citizens. in a couple months after i felt publish my 1st story in between publishing my 2nd at foreign policy magazine, i was contacted by sort of mysterious source to offer documents that i was never able to verify and who had been telling me that within the company they had already been debating whether or not to hack me, but i mean years later the intercept, after i had left confirmed that the intercept was a target of view, a government according to a number of reports dog matter, try to hack the intercept website. a report published by the intercept in june 2019 said that dog might have brought x national security agency hackers and other us intelligence and military veterans to compromise the computers of political dissidence at home and abroad, including american citizens. according
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to the intercept, dog matter headquarters is located in this building in abu dhabi. they had a problem analyzing data on us citizens from another country as a us citizen. see. so that's, that is illegal, i'm sure, under title 18 laws governing, you know, classified material and classified activities. later on, citizen lab demonstrated that dog matter was the main operator of the israeli pegasus spyware. in the u. e. s. besides, the american staffers, dark matter also employed x is rarely officers in branches, in the u. e. cypress, and singapore. the company is reported to have paid millions of dollars for their services. both i'll just hear arabic and odyssey are english, contacted dark matter and offered them the opportunity to respond to all the
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allegations made in the film. they declined to comment to either request. i say more, the michelle violent me slay the kadelli for total thumb. michelle, me them or must called glory know, condition scheme level did love the developmental molly, the tv on the a multi 6 image the machine but all nozzle so you're selecting vs stop vs me still a bowl my last sham. i'm sure. but all nozzle negative, though, you're good there. good. always be my team, shallow zeal, my relatively good politician, mark of on the team. but all, we certainly do see that israel as a hub if not in the world, and certainly in the region for this sort of cyber technology. and i think one of the things that we're going to see more and more countries like the u. e that have these big ambitions in cyberspace are going to try and replicate that sort of
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talent pipeline in their countries. it's very scary, especially when the targets are journalists, civil society, dissidence, these sorts of people being spied on by foreign governments or their own government . in some cases, it's really shocking, and i think it's an abuse of the spyware. the reason that the governments are interested in spying on them is for intelligence purposes, to figure out what they're up to, what they might do next. and if they can figure out what someone's doing, what they're about to do, then they can put a little bit of pressure on people and try and influence and shape the way that events unfold. ah, i'll just be contacted. many alleged victims of these spyware hacks. they declined to appear in film for fear of their and their families, safety mcmahon and me malloy and ronnie greedy is a london based journalist working with a lot of the tv. her phone was hacked by pegasus spyware. between october 29 and
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july 2020. there hadn't been a lot of she knew how about it in the mama stood have she what's, who need be when i was 16, love to be on the it was on the mama musson and one of my heavy i was on the managing the fall on me and walk off to talking with them. what about buckley ben said, who i'm really the torn ligaments and can exit it, sealed up in the home button, and the bottom is just as biggest truce jani. my family to, to cook him a food min mclean. what's what we've been, it's been a sort of in a half a year, but this is a lot of spanish. it's what they look like in oxford. oh no, i didn't fit my national shopping. listen,
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he may. if i'm shocked among allah. com are bigger than the shuttle butter was not in fishing, then the fearful in one of the home. she muttered. there's lots of journalists that get targeted and hacked, but for fewer of them are willing to come forward and tell their stories. so i think that, you know, if you were to look at some of the top media organizations in the world, maybe you'd find other other instances of people getting hacked or targeted. you know, we had a case, of course, back in 2018, where the bay route bureau chief of the new york times been hubbard received a text message linked to pegasus spyware on his phone. my how did the on the yet a little for 150. so the question is, with this advanced technology, how can people ensure their devices a safe and wish pegasus for? for example, it would have been very hard to find out that your phone had been hacked. the best thing you can do is keep your phone up to date. if you have an always install the
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updates when your phone says it's time to update. if you get a text message with the link that you're not expecting, don't click on that link. if you get an email with a link or a file that you're expecting, don't click on that link. don't open that file. if you do have something very sensitive to talk about, the best thing to do is to leave your phone at home and go on a walk. oh, fun has bought, but it sees on them. and they said no, they will get patched by apple, an android, and so on. but there are going to be vulnerable use on those devices that are unknown yet. and therefore any device is will have a weakness that can be exploited. i'm sure there are organizations all over the world looking for those funds to exploit in the future. and no doubt it won't happen again. is the case of when electronic frontier foundation
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e f. f is a us based organization whose goal is to technically and legally defend journalists and civil society activists who face cyber crimes committed by governance e f. f has documented a rise in the number of pegasus associated cyber crimes against journalists and activists. working on sensitive cases, we fight against a government, a view of surveillance and uses that are inconsistent with human rights. and that was using mexico, the thought of it like coming say, which is a very famous in the, in the country. and we have seen also the use of sale, pay gases in mexico targeting activities who were fighting corruption and who are fighting a campaign against corporations for the use of of shook our so we have seen these also against many other job monies who are doing get their
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work in my work, we have studied similar mobile phone against journalists in conflicts and human rights defenders and opposition moses and conduct and civilians in lebanon, and on the border of living in syria being spied upon by their various governments in israel, loya, my husband represents a number of phone hacking victims who have decided to file lawsuits against the israeli. and s a group probably on a fair amount of money because those can yet him and hopefully only mom i'm but he got a proposal in fan way. hark thought lee, how could cynthia, where he in and either they and then i had them who had
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a little and we'll get caught in february of the year. was it the, he'll heavy or should a kia should academy leo colonial camp and that the lady come in this lee and whoever is vicki and with diet? i'm and i can only dial s s a little too heavy. shotuko who are not coming from us . we ha, behead of move was you had to live where they can be at the opposite in that area. we a hello miss. leah almost wanted to know why the legal liability towards the victims of hacking lies with the manufacturer or the purchaser of the spyware justice. these companies are saying that they only sell these to government and that they only sell it to investigate thoroughly
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organized crime. but they don't sell it, the government who doesn't respect human rights, but that's not true. you know, and that in go systems, it's me. i learned the national law is inconsistent in our opinion. also with a constitution only, neither cancers, we have review the, the law. i personally know it doesn't solve events. the terrible attorneys to text or interest only yields to the availability of such intelligence. capability name can to see of a little caught a jesse ma lettie. it's a look at the vehicle commercial thought book in san juan. look for half a year or that of on the, on the scene. well at the sub to what all that and then look at. have, i don't know much about mat you're going on and the who know a little talk about it in 2020 and is really caused by the media from publishing
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any details about these cases in the interest of protecting israel's national security. i'll just, you know, arabic contacted the n s a group requesting an interview with senior management to give them the right to reply to allegations made against the company. in this film, the company sent a short reply, declining the interview request. how's your english contact to be in there? so group to give them the right to reply to allegations made against the company. in this film, they did not respond. will come into play, leave. should i get in? this all is leah hannibal. however, with the alpha, with feel the connie of the biggest was a don't know if he island doing it in the most buck woman will also call a lot the fees me because i was not at the moment is my leave for be 35 with coma to be had the shut again. my a dual s p l allen. house a lot, almost all the cars. what was forgot?
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melissa leo met. we're going to develop amnesty international also to legal action against pegasus. the accused party, this time was the israeli defense ministry itself being the official body that approves and authorizes the selling of spyware. we are disappointed. we will have to see what the court decides with the ruling on the case itself. now we hope that the court will decide the way it should and revoke, and social security like this. and his rating court dismissed the case. amnesty international said quote, a mountain of evidence was ignored and called the court a rubber stump to the defense ministries. impunity to human rights violations. my reaction to the court's decision was obviously disappointment. it was a, it was a very strong judgement that didn't take into consideration and the evidence that
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we put forward, or the legal arguments that we felt were important. and, well, we are disappointed in the judgement, we still think it was a very important case in the growing evidence of those misuse of technology or the misuse of those technologies by our client. and we hope that by bringing this case and supporting this case, we're bringing to attention the very serious issues and potential human rights impacts for technologies like and as those pegasus and others that are being used with impunity around the world by repressive governments and governments who have a terrible human rights record, a c clean late. let's be all to negate. i bought bagels, bought in this old burglar taught now. she boy on the goofy, misaligned liam squealed them on him. by no means more amnesty. i will tell alia squiggle on the spot. they slid him key, but on the spot they saw him. you, you'll move all below of me calling,
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runny ashley. so on the lava foothill been more responded to the old gala, or the mort medium lose the bishop. she's a michelle, it thing to be the whole low michelin do not belong to me, but not least of a y in yon. how does your english contacted the governance of israel kingdom of saudi arabia and the united out of emmett and offered them the opportunity to respond to all the allegations made in the film? they did not respond. i actually would also like to know a little bit more about what happened in the rejection. i think there's a few different things at play here. one is that it's very difficult to know the relationship between the ministry of defense and, and i, so there seems to be a lot of crossover at high level staff. the ministry of defense in israel is the, is the ministry that approves our exports. and basically, our case was saying either the ministry of defense is not giving export licenses in
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line with international human rights standards. or they are giving exports in line with international human rights standards. but they have, they have a company in their jurisdiction who is acting outside of the legal export license compton. because we leon for tom on this are and others whose phones have been hacked. the question is, what recourse if any, do they have a stock hardy? this sort of evidence does show that your phone was hacked and shows that there was a connection to n s o group. if you wanted to bring legal action, i will say that there are other targets that have been engaged in legal process in israel, in cyprus, and most recently in the u. k. of a b l call arguing la la la, in this elaine this over to the national ames is, i'm totally collegial, ambiguous rules of bio today of all going on last week. not
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loyal, totally on the casually escape done. big la a future. lam bigler. shamal asi, a fellow below, glued galatia moves, but no bigger source lay. libya be now garbage. loyalty. we'll take law as a mo lama will be any money in the whole been will be called me for lots of money. i like all day social the milk because he because the last exactly got shaving, national hon. if you're going to cover miss livingston, tell to the are smart phones have become an inevitable necessity of modern life. however, they have also turned into a window to which security services can access our private information. they can become a weapon, used by unscrupulous governments to spy on us. with little legal or mob
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determines, there is still much to be uncovered in this secretive world of hacking an advance spyware. for tom, on this, on this investigation into his own phones, hacking has been both revealing and alarming. overflowing with passion, but desperately under resourced charge, national football team has never qualified for the africa cup of nations. all the wildcat al jazeera world asks, what will it take for the squad to find the success will be forever sidelined, chad's football jury on al jazeera ah, ah,
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ah ah, ah! hello tropical storm clodagh has lashed the u. s. gulf states and particularly louisiana, were in some spots. 10200 millimeters of rain led to this water logged roads. and this is certainly a state that has dealt with a lot of flooding. as of late that new orleans about 159 percent above its average rainfall. so far this year, the disturbance has now moved out toward the atlantic, brushing up toward the carolinas, and it will have an impact for new york city. as we head toward tuesday, we'll tap into some tropical rain. your temperatures will fall off a bit below average, but you'll be back into the sunshine. elsewhere we do have a friend sliding across the great lakes through the ohio valley, the mid west,
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straight down toward the southern plain. so certainly a possibility. we could see some storm spark up here and toward the u. s. south west, about 30000000 people under a sheet alerts and look at these temperatures, vegas up to 42. on monday the tropical storm dolores gave a lashing toward areas of mexico, particularly acapulco. we saw the flooding, mud slides, and now we've got about 300 members of the mexican army. they're trying to help in whatever way they can towards south america. we've seen clouds and rain drift out of rio, so we've got some sunshine on monday with a high of 20 to the wave of sentiment around the world. you would actually want accountability from the people who are running their countries. and i think often people's voice is not heard because it's not part of the mainstream news. narrative obviously recover the big stories and report on the big events going on. but we also tell the story that people generally don't have a voice. and then when i was a child,
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that's never be afraid to ask a question. and i think that's what they were really does. we all the questions for people who should be accountable and also we get people to give you what's going on . ah, armenians can't take a prime minister claims victory early votes favor nicole passion, yawns, party leading at the ballot box. ah, hello, and welcome to peter w. a watching al jazeera live from headquarters here, and also coming up. no getting to be the peons will soon be costing their ballots. but with some regions excluded questions remain over how inclusive the vote will be .


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