The logo of the anti-virus firm Kaspersky Lab is seen at its headquarters in Moscow, Russia September 15, 2017. REUTERS/Sergei Karpukhin
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The Dutch government is phasing out the use of anti-virus software made by Russian firm Kaspersky Lab amid fears of possible spying, despite vehement denials by the Moscow-based cybersecurity company.Last year, the U.S. federal government removed Kaspersky from its list of approved vendors, weeks after senior U.S. intelligence agency and law enforcement officials expressed concerns about the safety of its software.It said it would try to arrange a meeting soon with the Dutch coordinator for security and counterterrorism to discuss the situation.
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