French prosecutors charge 4 executives over Libya, Egypt cyber-spying

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#Prosecutors have charged four executives at two #French #companies accused of #aiding #Libya’s former strongman Moamer #Kadhafi and #Egyptian #authorities to #spy on opposition figures who were later #detained and #tortured, a rights group said Tuesday.

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