The company is committed to fighting surveillance of its citizens.
As reported CNBC, Apple has filed a lawsuit against the Israeli company NSO Group, which develops Pegasus software to spy on iPhone users. It is sold to special services and government agencies, so the number of victims of the corresponding software is not so great.
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Apple is calling for a ban on the distribution of NSO Group software and is demanding damages in the amount of $ 75,000. According to company representatives, Apple has already eliminated those zero-day vulnerabilities that allowed Pegasus developers to access data on smartphones of spy victims without their knowledge. NSO Group employees objected that their software helps to prevent crimes and identify intruders, and also expressed their readiness to defend their interests in court. At the same time, Apple is ready to donate all the money it won in court and up to $ 10 million in additional to organizations that counter digital surveillance.