© Reuters. FILE PHOTO: French President Emmanuel Macron attends a farewell ceremony for the French armed forces chief of staff, General Francois Lecointre at the Invalides monument in Paris, France July 21, 2021. Daniel Cole/Pool via REUTERS/File Photo
PARIS (Reuters) – France has decided to re-adjust its security protocols, especially those regarding President Emmanuel Macron, in light of the Pegasus spyware case, said government spokesman Gabriel Attal on Thursday.
French paper Le Monde has reported that Macron’s phone was on a list of potential targets for possible surveillance on behalf of Morocco in the spyware case.
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