Your phone is spying on you in every way: Edward Snowden
Former CIA operative Edward Snowden, an American journalist who has leaked classified documents, has warned the world that no phone is safe from hackers unless immediate action is taken.
In an interview with The Guardian about the Pegasus project, Edward Snowden warned that governments should ban the international spyware trade globally or accept such a world in light of the revelations about the NSO group. No mobile phone is safe from state-sponsored hackers.
Edward said that your phone is spying on you in every possible way, apparently you are using your own phone but it is already controlled by someone else through hacking.
Citing the example of the iPhone, Edward Snowden said that if we talk about the iPhone, all the phones in the world have the same software, if they know how to hack an iPhone, then of course they all IPhones can be hacked and they are doing this by selling people’s data.
“It doesn’t matter what country you live in or what language you speak, it’s happening to all of us, we need to stop it at all costs, if we can,” Snowden said. If this sale of technology is not stopped, only 50,000 people have been affected so far, this number could reach 50 million.
He advised the common man that no one can solve this problem individually, this problem cannot be overcome unless we change their game.