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5.4 million stolen Twitter user data leaked online – more shared privately

Source: AI generated by Dall-E More than 5.4 million Twitter user records containing non-public information stolen using an API vulnerability patched in January have been shared for free on a hacker forum. Another massive, potentially larger data dump of millions of Twitter records has also been leaked by a security researcher, demonstrating how widely this …

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Layoffs, ultimatums and the ongoing saga of blue ticks: Elon Musk's first month on Twitter |  CNN Business

Layoffs, ultimatums and the ongoing saga of blue ticks: Elon Musk’s first month on Twitter | CNN Business

CNN — Sunday officially marks a month since the world’s richest man took over as Twitter’s helm. Around that time, Elon Musk launched mass layoffs and gave remaining employees a cryptic ultimatum, reinstated the accounts of controversial figures including former President Donald Trump, and launched — and then rejected — a plan to bill employees. …

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Layoffs, ultimatums and the ongoing saga of blue ticks: Elon Musk's first month on Twitter |  CNN Business

Layoffs, ultimatums and the ongoing saga of blue ticks: Elon Musk’s first month on Twitter | CNN Business

CNN — Sunday officially marks a month since the world’s richest man took over as Twitter’s helm. Around that time, Elon Musk launched mass layoffs and gave remaining employees a cryptic ultimatum, reinstated the accounts of controversial figures including former President Donald Trump, and launched — and then rejected — a plan to bill employees. …

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United Furniture Industries fired thousands of people via text and email while they slept

United Furniture Industries fired thousands of people via text and email while they slept

Days before Thanksgiving, a Mississippi-based furniture company laid off 2,700 workers across the country — via text and email — while many of them slept. United Furniture Industries has laid off nearly all of its workforce in the state, as well as employees in North Carolina and California, and in a blow, cut employee health …

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Crypto Company Stunt Brings Giant Musk 'Goat' Statue to Tesla Factory

Crypto Company Stunt Brings Giant Musk ‘Goat’ Statue to Tesla Factory

Comment this story Comment People who have walked around Austin recently may have seen Elon Musk. But not the real person. Instead, they may have seen a sculpture of Musk’s head atop the body of a goat riding a rocket, all attached to a trailer. Complete with what appear to be flames shooting from the …

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It's time for crypto fans to stop supporting personality cults

It’s time for crypto fans to stop supporting personality cults

Many centralized cryptocurrency platforms that have collapsed this year had one thing in common: a young, outspoken, and arrogant leader. Each has gained outsized influence not because of outsized intellect or talent, but because of their stacks of cash and large Twitter followings. And each time, misplaced confidence in their abilities has led to disastrous …

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MSNBC’s Chris Hayes worries his ‘worst fears’ have come true since Musk acquired Twitter

In a New York Times guest essay, MSNBC anchor Chris Hayes claimed that “in less than a month” all of his “worst fears have come true” about how Twitter’s new owner Elon Musk, managed his new social media platform. Hayes claimed Musk “wooed some of the worst trolls” on Twitter, scared advertisers and cut staff …

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