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Opinion | The unbearable ease of hacking Israel today


In the state of "human dignity and liberty" there is no need for spyware, it is enough that it enters the black list of the State Attorney • Then call to get permission to hack into the device

It was the weekend of retired judge Etty Kreif, and not necessarily in a positive sense: the shaky interview Kreif gave to "Fact" was just the opening shot for the "Sex in exchange for appointment" affair to be published, and on "Friday with Ayala Hasson" (Channel 13) we received A woman who is willing to sit down and talk in front of the camera calmly about the bookshop of the appointment of judges in the State of Israel, her relationship with Efi Naveh and Moshe Kahlon, and former State Attorney Shai Nitzan.

While Kreif, Naveh and former finance minister Kahlon come out of the bad story - to say the least - Nitzan again hardly "snatches" a draconian use of force reminiscent of actions in dark regimes.

"Shai Nitzan wanted to eliminate Efi Naveh, and for that he stepped on me and trampled on me. This is the Yom Kippur of democracy, what they did to me," Kreif said during the interview with her, and she is right: Kreif and Naveh are still citizens of Israel. Their basic rights.

For a whole week, the state was in turmoil when suspicions of spying software against Balfour protesters were published.

The headlines cried out that a certain protester "goes with men while married", but the story of Efi Naveh's phone call is doubly serious: journalist Hadas Steif befriended Naveh's ex-wife, took the phones from her, initiated a burglary operation for those devices - then asked for and received immunity The private materials found there.

The Kreif affair reveals to us that in the state of "human dignity and liberty" there is no need for technological spyware, enough that it will enter the blacklist of the State Attorney.

You do not need advanced spyware from start-up companies in the millions, it is enough to get a vengeful woman, an uninhibited journalist, a phone burglar - and a Teflon pan.

The Teflon pan, or Shai Nitzan as it is better known, is called upon to receive retroactive approval to break into the device, and the Teflon approves.

It must be assumed beyond a reasonable doubt that if it had not been for Effie Naveh, the Nemesis - this state attorney would not have approved such a break-in of a person's personal life by a journalist.

Kreif's testimony regarding the appointment affair also clarifies what parts of the public are only beginning to understand now: from the moment a particular name enters the elimination list, powerful technological weapons are applied too easily, and this leads, of course, to Netanyahu's files as well.

The cellular devices of his environment were also hacked and scanned illegally, and only then did they receive approval from the High Court.

The Netanyahu trial is a showcase of widespread criminal practice, available to Shai Nitzan, Avichai Mandelblit, the police and the media - and presumably he gave the courage to Etty Kreif to reveal her story as well.

The public in Israel must contain complex stories about unworthy people: Judge Kreif is not worthy to sit on the bench Was there to be a state attorney?

Were we wrong?


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Source: israelhayom

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