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Increasingly prevalent abuse of commercial spyware tools around the world has prompted the U.S. to introduce a new policy that would prohibit visas for individuals profiteering from commercial spyware, developing spyware, and managing companies providing such technologies to governments, reports The Record, a news site by cybersecurity firm Recorded Future.

Article Link: New US visa restrictions target commercial spyware misuse | SC Media

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