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The Israeli Ministry of Defense shortened the list of countries to which cybertechnology can be sold by two-thirds. Only 37 countries remained on it. Among those that have disappeared are, among others Poland.

On Thursday, the Israeli defense ministry announced a significant reduction in the number of countries to which Israeli companies will be able to sell their cybertechnologies. So far, there have been 102 countries on the list, now only 37 remain.

According to the Israeli MoD, cybertechnologies developed by Israeli companies cannot be sold to countries where human rights are violated.

The decision, the Times of Israel reports, is related to the scandals that have arisen over the use of NSO Group software. It is about the famous Pegasus, enabling, among others surveillance of smartphone users.

According to the Israeli daily, the United Arab Emirates, Mexico, Saudi Arabia and Morocco, for example, have disappeared from the list.

Poland is no longer on the list

Calcalist.co.il has published a complete list of 37 countries to which cybertechnologies can still be sold. It includes Italy, Iceland, Ireland, Estonia, Bulgaria, Belgium, Great Britain, Germany, Denmark, Netherlands, Greece, Luxembourg, Latvia, Lithuania, Liechtenstein, Malta, Norway, Slovenia, Slovakia, Slovakia, Spain, Portugal, Finland, Czech Republic , France, Croatia, Cyprus, Romania, Sweden, Switzerland, Australia, India, Japan, New Zealand, South Korea, the United States and Canada.

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