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Twitter's former security chief, Peiter Zatko, said the tech giant is a "decade behind" in protecting user safety. ...
Twitter whistleblower Peiter "Mudge" Zatko told the Senate Judiciary Committee about information he learned about the social media company's data security shortcomings. ...
Peiter “Mudge” Zatko alleged the company may knowingly have foreign agents working at the company, putting users' data at risk. ...
A member of China's intelligence service, the Ministry of State Security (MSS), was on the payroll at Twitter, according to testimony from a whistleblower appearing before Congress today. The whistleblower also testified that the company didn't care about having foreign spies working within its walls, with one executive telling him, "Well, since we already have one, what does it matter if we have more?" ...

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