Driss Aït Youssef: “Never has an allied country

Since the revelations of the Pegasus project, Morocco has denied being a customer of the Israeli company NSO, which markets this spyware. A group of international media has been revealed since Sunday, in sections, the conclusions of the surveys conducted on the basis of a list of 50,000 numbers potentially targeted by the software worldwide.

According to the French newspaper Le Monde, President Emmanuel Macron’s telephone number was directed to a Moroccan security service, as were the numbers of other French politicians. According to the investigation unit for Radio France, a number of King Mohammed VI are also on the list. Driss Aït Youssef, Chair of the Leonardo da Vinci Institute, a training body specifically on cybersecurity issues, answers Amélie Tulet’s questions.


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