Twitter accounts were created solely to generate revenue for telcos from two-factor authentication SMS messages.
Customers of some of the world’s biggest telcos were unable to access their Twitter accounts.
Bader Al-Asaker, confidante of the ruler of Saudi Arabia, recruited US-Lebanese Twitter employee Ahmad Abouammo to feed information about Saudi dissidents.
Commanders responsible for psychological operations have been ordered to report to the government on how they use social media.
Former Twitter exec Peiter ‘Mudge’ Zatko described flaws with the company’s security and with US privacy protections in general.
If the claims are true, Twitter faces the collapse of its bid to force a takeover by Elon Musk plus enormous fines for violating FTC orders.
Details for 5.4 million accounts were breached, prompting Twitter to find new ways to shift responsibility for privacy on to users.
Chinese researchers say Starlink satellites could be used to ram China’s spare hardware, but what they really fear is free speech.
Academics at North Carolina State University proved Google, Microsoft and Yahoo have biased email filters.
75mn followers of the Indian Prime Minister were encouraged to buy Bitcoin, but it seems none of them did.