Mexican President Said He Told Ally Not to Worry About Being Spied On

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The Mexican president admitted Tuesday that he had been informed that his top human rights official was being spied on, but said he told the official not to worry about it.

The admission comes a day after The New York Times revealed that Alejandro Encinas, the Mexican government’s under secretary for human rights, was hacked by the world’s most notorious spyware while he was investigating abuses by the country’s military.

“He told me about it and I told him not to give it any…

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