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Activists and journalists in Mexico complain of government spying



MEXICO CITY (Reuters) - Activists, human-rights lawyers and journalists in Mexico filed a criminal complaint on Monday following a report that their smartphones had been infected with spying software sold to the government to fight criminals and terrorists.


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