Human rights activist suing Twitter for allegedly giving Saudi spies access to his info

A Saudi human rights activist has filed a lawsuit against Twitter, alleging that the company hired two people who spied on behalf of the government of Saudi Arabia and accessed his personal information. © Illustration by Alex Castro / The Verge Ali Al-Ahmed, head of the human rights advocacy organization Institute for Gulf Affairs, has… Continue reading Human rights activist suing Twitter for allegedly giving Saudi spies access to his info

Activist Accuses Twitter of Allowing Saudi Agents to Access His Sensitive Journalistic Data

Twitter and other defendants were sued Wednesday in California Northern District Court for allegedly allowing third parties to access a users’ confidential information. The lawsuit was filed by Gerstman Schwartz LLP on behalf of Ali Al-Ahmed, a Saudi Arabian national and human rights advocate who has been granted asylum in the United States. Al-Ahmed accuses… Continue reading Activist Accuses Twitter of Allowing Saudi Agents to Access His Sensitive Journalistic Data

Topless Extinction Rebellion activist makes thousands for campaign group on OnlyFans

Laura Amherst, 31, from Brighton, says that she has earned £1,200 since starting her OnlyFans page just weeks ago – saying she pledges 75% of her earnings from the topless content to Extinction Rebellion, Greenpeace, and an animal rescue charity Laura Amherst, 31, from Brighton, says that she has earned £1,200 since starting her OnlyFans… Continue reading Topless Extinction Rebellion activist makes thousands for campaign group on OnlyFans

Model and activist derided on social media

Lily Cole has apologised for posting a photograph online in which she is wearing a burka as part of an attempt to promote her new book. The model and activist was criticised for posting in the same week as Kabul fell to the Taliban, raising fears for women’s rights in Afghanistan. Her Instagram story, which… Continue reading Model and activist derided on social media