Facebook sues the Israeli company for hacking users' WhatsApp accounts

Facebook sues the Israeli company for hacking users' WhatsApp accounts

In this age of smart warfare, however, websites such as Google, Twitter, and Facebook are being sued for spying on users.

However, for the first time, Facebook Insurance has filed a lawsuit against an Israeli company for hacking or accessing the accounts of users of its messaging application WhatsApp.

Yes, Facebook sued an Israeli technology firm in a US court on charges of hacking or accessing WhatsApp users' accounts.

According to the British newspaper The Guardian, Facebook Insurance has filed a lawsuit against the Israeli software technology firm NSO Group in the federal court of Oakland, California.

A lawsuit filed by Facebook Insurance last week claims that the Israeli software firm NSO hacked at least 1,400 WhatsApp user accounts using its offices in the United States and US computer servers. Or accessed them illegally.

The petition claims that the Israeli agency gained access to the mobile phones of journalists, lawmakers, politicians, social leaders, and other important figures in several countries.

The lawsuit, filed by Facebook Insurance, alleges that the Israeli company not only used US territory to hack WhatsApp users' accounts but that the Israeli company also used US employees, including US computer servers. ۔

Facebook said in the lawsuit that the Israeli firm not only illegally accessed the accounts of WhatsApp users, but that the Israeli company also sent threatening messages and phone calls to those users.

However, the Israeli firm denied the Facebook insurance allegations, saying it only provided its services to governments and did not know which people were targeted by governments.

The management of the Israeli firm, in its response to the court, said that it did not consider the provision of services to governments to be hacking, but that it was working with governments to thwart terrorism and sabotage efforts to bring peace to the world. Is playing a role.

It is unknown at this time what country the Israeli firm hacked or accessed the 1,400 WhatsApp users' accounts, and from which country's government the Israeli firm did so.


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