UK rights advocate co-owns firm whose spyware is 'used to target dissidents'
Exclusive: Yana Peel co-owns NSO Group that licensed Pegasus software to authoritarian regimesA leading human rights campaigner and head of a prestigious London art gallery is the co-owner of an Israeli cyberweapons company whose software has allegedly been used by authoritarian regimes to spy on dissidents, the Guardian can reveal.Yana Peel, the chief executive of the Serpentine Galleries and a self-proclaimed champion of free speech, co-owns NSO Group, a $1bn (£790m) Israeli tech firm, according to corporate records in the US and Luxembourg. Continue reading...
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