Former head of security Peter Zatko, also known as “Mudge,” alleged in a whistleblower complaint that Twitter is systematically lying about its spam bot problem.
We spoke to two experts who have helped people demand damages to robocallers and spam texters.
Ukraine’s Security Service announced that it had disrupted a Russian operation that sent 5,000 messages to police and military officers asking to defect and surrender.
You might want to change all your passwords after reading this.
A security researcher believes the issue comes down to a specific government contractor called Laserfiche.
A sketchy company has been paying viral Twitter users up to $50 to advertise the product. But experts say it's unlikely the marketing scheme is making returns.
Sure, we may have a lower investment in the collective good, but we've also been basically conditioned to avoid answering the phone at any and all costs.