MEXICO CITY, Oct 2 (Reuters) - Phones of at least three human rights investigators in Mexico were infected with Pegasus during the term of President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador despite his goverment's assertions that it would stop using the controversial spyware, a report on Sunday found.
Lopez Obrador, who took office in late 2018, vowed to halt the use of the technology after a scandal erupted around its deployment during the presidency of his predecessor.
The spyware, which can be used to remotely break into phones, providing access into their memory or turning them into . . .