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How Indian hackers ‘spied’ on Qatar World Cup critics, people dealing with Russia – report


According to a joint investigation by Britain’s Sunday Times and the Bureau of Investigative Journalism, an Indian hacking gang has targeted Qatar’s World Cup critics. The hacking of a dozen lawyers, journalists and public figures from 2019 was “ordered by a particular client”, the newspaper and the office said in a statement. Among those targeted were former European football boss Michel Platini and British consultant Ghanem Nuseibeh, whose company Cornerstone produced a report on World Cup-related corruption. Meanwhile, Qatar has dismissed the charges, describing the Bureau of Investigative Journalism’s report as “littered with inconsistencies and blatant lies that undermine the credibility of their organization”. The controversy comes two weeks before the FIFA World Cup kicks off in Qatar on November 20. Watch this video to learn more. #qatar #fifa #hacking #indianhackinggroup #thesundaytimes #thebureauofinvestigativejournalism #fifaworldcup2022 #qataremir #sheikhtamimbinhamadbinkhalifaalthani Watch 12 OTTs in 1 App with personalized recommendation. Explore OTTplay at https://ottplay.onelink.me/YE8d/25pl33ap Videos from the Hindustan Times bring you news, views and explanations on current issues in India and around the world. We’re always excited to report news as quickly as possible, use new technology tools to reach you better, and tell stories with a 360-degree view to give you a better understanding of the world around you.

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