A controversial Israeli cyber-security company is marketing software that uses mobile phone data to monitor and predict the spread of the coronavirus.
NSO Group says it is in talks with governments around the world, and claims some are already testing it.
The surveillance software-maker is being sued by WhatsApp for allegedly sending malware to the phones of human rights activists and journalists.
The company also faces a lawsuit in which it is accused of supplying software to the Saudi government, which the country is said to have used to spy on the journalist Jamal Khashoggi before his murder.
Last year, NSO responded to that claim by saying that its products were “licensed for the sole use of providing governments