Twitter whistleblower testifies before Congress amid buyout litigation with Elon Musk

Yahoo Finance legal reporter Alexis Keenan breaks down the testimony of the Twitter whistleblower as the company deals with its ongoing lawsuit against Tesla CEO Elon Musk.
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  1. These are just all around bad people. I don't see anything to like about Twitter or the people that work there.

  2. None of these revelations changes the fact Elon Must could've done proper due diligence, waived it and is still on the hook for the $44B deal.

  3. 12 Sept , China has accused the U.S. National Security Agency (NSA) of conducting a string of cyberattacks aimed at aeronautical and military research-oriented Northwestern Polytechnical University in the city of Xi'an in June 2022.

    The National Computer Virus Emergency Response Centre (NCVERC) disclosed its findings last week, and accused the Office of Tailored Access Operations (TAO), a cyber-warfare intelligence-gathering unit of the National Security Agency (NSA), of orchestrating thousands of attacks against the entities located within the country.

    "The U.S. NSA's TAO has carried out tens of thousands of malicious cyber attacks on China's domestic network targets, controlled tens of thousands of network devices (network servers, Internet terminals, network switches, telephone exchanges, routers, firewalls, etc.), and stole more than 140GB of high-value data," the NCVERC said.

  4. Bad actors hih leftist filth??? Nah, Twitter is the bad actor and they need to be reprimanded by an ethical and responsible entity which definitely isn't the pathetic regime of Biden and misfits; DemonRats party!!

  5. Shut Twitter down immediately nobody is safe from hacker's.
    This is a real threat and our government knows it. Our government needs another 9/11 for they're agenda and at this point I don't trust anyone in government with a Twitter account.
    People if you have Twitter drop it immediately.

  6. This is the new America. Whistleblowers and leakers. Even are justice system is dirty & FBI is just shameful.

  7. It's a social media website for everyone. It's not a secure government establishment. Shouldn't be anything that shouldn't be public. Kids

  8. lmao, one of the world's most respected hackers calls out one of the biggest tech companies for not using RBAC lol

  9. Notice when it’s a private company whistle blower they get to testify before congress, but if it’s a whistle blower like Snowden or assange they get told they can’t even testify at their own trial and are sentenced to life