Pegasus: Flying on the wings of Israeli ‘cyber-tech diplomacy’? | The Listening Post

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A global cyber-surveillance scandal – spyware developed in Israel – has put the government there under the media microscope, and its story does not add up.

Contributors:

Jonathan Klinger – Cyberlaw lawyer

Marc Owen Jones – Assistant professor, Hamid Bin Khalifa University

Omer Benjakub – Tech & Cyber Reporter, Haaretz

Marwa Fatafta – Policy Analyst, Al Shabaka

On our radar:

Tunisia is in political turmoil after the president declared a state of emergency – or what critics are calling a coup. Richard Gizbert speaks to producer Flo Phillips about how journalists there are feeling the heat.

Africa’s PR Push: How governments manage the message:

Handling public relations for governments is lucrative work – and for Western PR firms, Africa has emerged as a new hunting ground.

Contributors:

Alex Magaisa – Former adviser, prime minister of Zimbabwe

Alexander Dukalskis – Author, Making the World Safe for Dictatorship

Kathleen Ndongmo – Communications specialist

00:00 Intro

02:23 Pegasus: Israeli ‘cyber-tech diplomacy’?

11:28 Tunisia’s political turmoil

13:46 Africa’s PR Push

24:06 Endnote

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