'Intimidating': Dubai ruler tried to buy 30 mln pound estate next to ex-wife Dubai's ruler Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid al-Maktoum tried to buy one of the most expensive properties for sale in Britain which overlooked his ex-wife's rural estate, in a "deliberate" act that was "intimidating", a senior British judge has ruled. Citizen Lab researcher disputes claims from NSO Group after UK court finds UAE ruler used Pegasus to hack ex-wife, lawyers | ZDNet"Would NSO Group have notified Princess Haya's lawyers had I not done my own notification?" Citizen Lab's William Marczak told ZDNet. Spies are after UK’s Covid secrets, cyber security chief warns‘Malicious actors’ trying to access vaccine procurement plans and data on variants Cherie Blair is adviser to NSO, the firm behind Pegasus spywareCherie Blair faces scrutiny about her work for a secretive company behind a spyware system despite exposing its use in the hacking of a Conservative peer.The wi Dubai’s ruler and the Pegasus phone hacking exposed in a UK courtA high court judge has ruled that Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid al-Maktoum hacked the phone of his ex-wife Princess Haya using Pegasus spyware. In this episode we look at the implications of the affair Polo club urged to cut ties with sheikh over ‘hacking’An exclusive club closely associated with the royal family has been urged to sever its links with the ruler of Dubai after a judge found he had orchestrated the NSO Pegasus spyware can no longer target UK phone numbersIsraeli maker of surveillance software blocked +44 code after discovering hack against Princess Haya, source says Dubai's ruler authorised use of Pegasus spyware to hack ex-wife's phoneDubai's ruler Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al-Maktoum authorised the use of spying software to hack the phone of his ex-wife, according to a British court ruling published on Wednesday.