When one thinks about scandals and the Bidens, it’s often Hunter’s name that comes to mind. This time, though, a shocking new exposé implicates a Democratic operative with ties to the Biden administration in a potential internet business scandal.

A thorough investigation about Steven Rabinowitz’s ties to NSO Group, a tech business that builds software tools to discreetly monitor people’s smartphone communications, was released on Thursday, March 17. Rabinowitz apparently performs government liaison services for the corporation as president and co-founder of Bluelight Strategies, a media relations and digital marketing company.

Foreign governments are said to have used the NSO Group’s Pegasus software system to target journalists, including Jamal Khashoggi, a murdered Saudi Arabian dissident and Washington Post contributor. The malware has also been used by state actors to target US diplomats, human rights advocates, and other opponents.

Notables including French President Emmanuel Macron and Robert Malley, President Joe Biden’s US ambassador for Iran, are on a list of prospective targets for NSO clients. The claims prompted the Biden administration to place NSO Group on a no-fly list.

Rabinowitz has a long history of working with prominent Democrats. He was a White House press adviser for former President Bill Clinton and managed the press advance team for his 1992 re-election campaign. He also worked for Barack Obama’s, Hillary Clinton’s, and Joe Biden’s presidential campaigns.