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

Former OnlyFans employees allegedly retained access to sensitive user data after leaving company: report

Teal founder and CEO George Matus provides insight into the global chip shortage.  A new report claims that former employees of online platform OnlyFans retained access to sensitive data from some users long after leaving the company.  A former employee spoke to VICE and revealed that ex-employees retained access to Zendesk, which OnlyFans used to… Continue reading Former OnlyFans employees allegedly retained access to sensitive user data after leaving company: report

Instagram Draws Backlash After Introducing ‘Sensitive Content Control’

A new Instagram feature allows users to filter out “sensitive content” on certain posts. The social media platform’s Sensitive Content Control setting has three categories for users to filter select posts out of their explore tab: “Limit” (Instagram’s original default setting), “Allow” (users see more “sensitive” content) and “Limit Even More” (to see the least… Continue reading Instagram Draws Backlash After Introducing ‘Sensitive Content Control’