Hacking stuff is getting normal day by day. But what if we tell you that worlds richest person’s phone gets hacked by someone will you believe it? We all know who is Jeff Bezos. If you don’t know, then he is the owner of Amazon and many other big companies. His phone got hacked by The Saudi Crown Prince check below for more details.
Jeff Bezos Got A Shady WhatsApp Link From The Saudi Crown Prince And Was Hacked, UN Experts Said
The Amazon founder and the post owner Jeff Bezos cellphone was hacked. The experts from the UN were called for an investigation by the United States. In the report given by Bezos says the billionaire technology mogul’s phone was hacked after he got a video file which was sent from Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman’s Whatsapp account. The Mp4 video file was sent after the two men exchanged their phone numbers at the time of dinner in Los Angeles in 2018.
The video file was sent five months before Post Columnist Jamal Khashoggi was killed by the Saudi government agents. After Khashoggi’s killing the Washing post was harshly critical in a highly public campaign which came in the newspaper for weeks after his death.
The independent UN experts said, “the information which we have received says the possible involvement of the Crown Prince in Surveillance of Mr.Bezos, in an effort to influence, if not silence.”
The experts also said, ” at the time when Saudi Arabia was supposed to investigate the Killing of Mr.Khashoggi, it was making a massive online campaign against Mr.Benoz and Amazon by targeting him as the owner of Washington Post.
Last year, Jeff Bezos went public about the hack and said the National Enquirer tabloid, whose owner has relation with Crown Prince. He was threatening to publish Bezos private messages and photos if he did not stop the investigation.
An activist, Iyad el-Baghdadi who worked with Bezos investigators, told the press it looks the hacking was about free speech. He also said it is not about trying to compromise for the business purpose, and It’s not about Amazon, it’s about the Washington Post.”
The foreign minister of Saudi Arabia, Prince Faisal bin Farhan Al Saud says the hacking allegations are entirely illegal.
He also said, there was no information in there. And there was no proof, no evidence nothing. Faisal bin Farhan Al Saud told an AP reporter, it purely guessed and if there was real evidence we look forward to it.