Self-destructing messages are undemocratic, say transparency campaigners preparing judicial review.
Twitter is planning a future update that will allow accounts enabled with two-factor authentication to use security keys as the only authentication method.
Parliament unanimously approves laws that could result in a 10-year jail sentence.
Twitter fined by Ireland over bug that made private tweets public, in world first for EU data privacy law
Twitter has been fined over a bug that made private tweets public, in a world-first for data protection laws.
The move appears to be a wide-reaching inquiry into everything major tech companies know about their users and what they do with that data.
The Chinese embassy in the U.S. said its Twitter account was hacked after it retweeted a baseless claim from President Donald Trump that the Democrats cheated in the election.
Despite “very divergent views” between EU data protection authorities over a case of data breaches by Twitter, a final decision on the bloc’s first major cross-border online privacy case is due to be published on December 17th, it has been revealed. Irish Data Commissioner Helen Dixon said on Thursday (3 December) that talks with fellow […]
European data protection regulators have inched toward an enforcement decision for a Twitter breach that the company publicly disclosed in 2019, after a majority of EU data supervisors agreed to back a draft settlement submitted earlier by Ireland’s Data Protection Commission (DPC). Twitter disclosed the bug in its ‘Protect your tweets’ feature at the start […]