23 November 2019

Two ex-Twitter employees charged with spying

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Human rights organizations have tallied dozens of Twitter-related prosecutions in Saudi Arabia. reports that Two former Twitter Inc. employees and a Saudi national were charged by the US with helping the government in Riyadh spy on dissidents who used the social network.

The employees, one from Twitter’s hometown of San Francisco and one in Saudi Arabia, were allegedly recruited to use their company credentials to gain access to the accounts of “users of interest” to the Saudi royal family, according to a criminal complaint unsealed on Wednesday.

2019.11.07 / 11:13
Tural Azimzadeh
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