This ex-Twitter employee actually got jailed for collusion – no really

Elon Musk’s tenure at Twitter has already been eye-opening, revealing the corruption going on behind the scenes under the old regime.

Many believe some former employees should go to jail.

And this ex-Twitter employee is the first to actually get jailed for colluding with government.

And one former Twitter employee went to jail for something that will leave your jaw on the floor.

Elon Musk has promised to bring more transparency at Twitter, and although he has made mistakes, the new Twitter is far less opaque than the old regime.

Prior to Musk buying the company, Twitter was censoring speech for ideological reasons while gaslighting people into thinking it was not happening.

But Musk’s release of the Twitter Files confirms that leftist political bias heavily influenced the company.

One of the revelations to come out of the Twitter Files was that lax cybersecurity led to severe breaches of user data.

Former Twitter employee convicted of selling info to Saudi regime

Twitter whistleblower Peiter “Mudge” Zatko alleged in a complaint, “Twitter did not actively monitor what employees were doing on their computers. Although against policy, it was commonplace for people to install whatever software they wanted on their work system. Twitter employees were repeatedly found to be intentionally installing spyware on their work computers at the request of external organizations. Twitter learned of this several times only by accident, or because of employee self-reporting.”

And it turns out that at least one Twitter spy has been convicted for working on behalf of the Saudi government.

Former Twit sentenced to three years for selling user info to agent for Saudi royal family

NBC News reported that “[a] former Twitter employee found guilty of spying on users on behalf of the Saudi royal family has been sentenced to three and a half years in prison. Ahmad Abouammo, a dual U.S.-Lebanese citizen who helped oversee media partnerships for Twitter in the Middle East and North Africa, was part of a scheme to acquire the personal information of users, including phone numbers and birth dates, for a Saudi government agent. He was sentenced Wednesday in the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California. The Justice Department has said it believes that another former Twitter employee accused of accessing user accounts and a man accused of helping the Saudi government with the scheme have fled to Saudi Arabia to evade American authorities.”

Zatko suggested that at the very least China had spies within the company, and it turns out that the Saudis had an inside man as well.

Not only did the federal government have its hands inside Twitter, but foreign governments were meddling in Twitter to get ahold of user data as well.

Musk has his hands full cleaning up the old Twitter regime’s mess.

Stay tuned to Unmuzzled News for any updates to this ongoing story.

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