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Who funded Pegasus snooping? asks Sanjay Raut

Mid-Day Sunday, 25 July 2021
Who funded Pegasus snooping? asks Sanjay RautQuoting a media report, he said the Israeli company NSO charged Rs 60 crore annually as license (fee) for the Pegasus software
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