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An investigation based on interviews, documents and forensic analysis reveals new evidence that the phones of some three dozen journalists, human rights advocates and lawyers in Jordan were infected with Pegasus spyware. In a report released Thursday, Access Now, a digital rights organization, joined forces with the Citizen Lab, a cybersecurity watchdog organization at the

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