Apple Defies Political Pressure in India Amidst Spyware Controversy | Apple
In October, Apple's warnings of state-sponsored attacks on Indian journalists faced a strong backlash from PM Modi's government.
Amnesty International later confirmed NSO Group's spyware on iPhones, validating Apple's concerns.
The report exposes the threat to journalists and a lack of accountability in India. Despite pressure to downplay warnings, Apple prioritized user security, revealing tensions between tech and politics in India.
The incident highlights broader challenges to dissent and narrative control, echoing concerns about the intersection of technology and human rights.