Interesting video on mobile phone insecurity.
I find it funny that the YT channel promotes this as a "motivation video"!
What's the motivation? To become smarter? To become independent of your dumphone?
To understand how the dark web is the very opposite of what you may think?
Anyway, Citizen Lab is a great site.
“What is clear and specific is NSO Group’s historical and ongoing failure to act on evidence of documented human rights abuses. It is also my opinion that your corporate social responsibility pledges are little more than theatre. The spectacle might be a mildly entertaining farce were it not for the very real and gruesome way in which your company’s spyware is abused by the world’s worst autocrats behind the curtains. Time and again, your company’s irresponsible actions have proven your words are nothing more than hand-waving distractions from the harsh reality of the poorly regulated marketplace in which NSO Group, and its shareholders, thrive and profit. Until that approach changes, we see no particular value in participating in this charade.”
Read the whole article including links to the whole saga of recent iPhone hacks.
Black Code: Surveillance, Privacy, and the Dark Side of the Internet, by Ronald Deibert was first published in 2013.
Thing is, the above paragraph could be aimed at every country on this planet now under the yoke of the psychopathic controllers. I don't see any independent nations left standing - a few are on their knees.