Spyware that was produced by Israel’s NSO Group that was only sold to governments was used by Mexican officials to spy on journalists, lawyers, and activists, according to a report from the Citizen Lab at the University of Toronto, reported by The Washington Post. The internet watchdog’s investigation called “Reckless Exploit,” had prominent journalists such as Carmen Aristegui and Carlos Loret de Mola, who were investigating human rights abuses by security forces and alleged government corruption. The victims received texts that contained links, that when activated, open their devices to being exploited and hackers can access phone calls, messages, cameras, and personal dataThe…