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

Bugs allowing malicious NFT uploads uncovered in OpenSea marketplace

Critical security issues in the OpenSea NFT marketplace that allowed attackers to steal cryptocurrency wallet funds have been patched.  NFTs, also known as non-fungible tokens, are digital assets that can be sold and traded on the blockchain. While some NFTs — from a pixel cartoon to a popular meme — can reach a sale price… Continue reading Bugs allowing malicious NFT uploads uncovered in OpenSea marketplace

Shiba Inu price to dip 26%, allowing investors to buy SHIB at discount

Shiba Inu price looks to be forming a rising wedge pattern, hinting at an incoming correction. A breakdown of the lower trend line at $0.00002828 will likely lead to a 13% correction to $0.00002540.  In some cases, SHIB might head to $0.00002186, creating a bottom reversal pattern. Shiba Inu price has been consolidating since its… Continue reading Shiba Inu price to dip 26%, allowing investors to buy SHIB at discount

Twitter teases new feature allowing users to brag about their NFT and crypto holdings on social media

One of Twitter’s developers previewed the social network’s new authentication feature for non-fungible tokens (NFTs). The feature was announced earlier this month along with plans to allow users to take payments in Bitcoin through the ‘Tip Jar’ feature. NFT authentication looks similar to the verified badge in some ways. Twitter announced that it would be… Continue reading Twitter teases new feature allowing users to brag about their NFT and crypto holdings on social media

Still a safe space for racists: New report criticizes social media giants for allowing hate speech

There has been a serious and systemic failure to tackle antisemitism across the five biggest social media platforms, resulting in a “safe space for racists,” according to a new report. Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, YouTube and TikTok failed to act on 84% of posts spreading anti-Jewish hatred and propaganda reported via the platforms’ official complaints system.… Continue reading Still a safe space for racists: New report criticizes social media giants for allowing hate speech

Hughes Proposes Allowing Censored Social Media Users To Sue – EastTexasRadio.com

Dave Kirkpatrick 26 mins ago Senator Bryan Hughes The Texas State Senator who represents a large portion of Northeast Texas wants to allow social media users to sue if they get censored by a website. State Senator Bryan Hughes compares Facebook and Twitter to a utility… Continue reading Hughes Proposes Allowing Censored Social Media Users To Sue – EastTexasRadio.com