NSO on U.S. decision: We have the most stringent human rights practices

Itamar Eichner|
The NSO group responded to the U.S. Commerce Department’s Bureau of Industry and Security's decision to add it to the "Entity List for Malicious Cyber Activities", for threatening America's "national interests"
"NSO regrets the decision because our technologies support the national interests of the United States as well as its policies in preventing terrorism and crime,"
The company added it looks forward to presenting information "that will make it clear that we have the most stringent human rights practices and programs based on American values that we deeply identify with - which has already caused us to end the engagement with government agencies who misused our products."
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