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Discussion in 'The Mainboard' started by Whammy, Apr 14, 2022.
are you watching this season? shameful if so but on brand
I am kinda but no idea what’s going on
Now imagine if that guy says his kid is gross fat
Why were they asking Elon’s dad about Martin Eberhard?
It took five months, but Elon finally did a good social media. This almost feels like a shop.
Also, watching people kind of lose their shit in the replies because Elon is supporting something that might help minorities is fun.
he kinda looks like johnny cage from the original mortal kombat movie
Lol and damnit. This sidebar was my time to shine. Build software to help CA employers manage breaks effectively and not get dragged into PAGA suits. Meet regularly with labor defense attorneys across the state to keep up with it all and adapt appropriately.
Doesn’t matter anymore anyway. Supreme Court recently ruled arbitration agreements apply to PAGA now, so a bunch of businesses no longer have to care at all. Not worth the attorneys time to take the case when the settlement is like 10k instead of 1mil+, and even if they do, a small fine here or there is no biggie for the business owner. It’ll be the small places that get strung up now
That tool’s name?….Elon Musk.
Normal stuff, right?
"the geniuses who have coded tesla ai stuff will solve twitter problems" - serious posters itt
Didn’t he say like a month ago he wasn’t planning on selling anymore share? Is anything he says true?
7 month long con for double the clicks
Kill public transit to sell more cars? Is that his angle?
Nah, he just doesn’t want to be serial killed by gross people. That’s all.
A tale as old as time. Literally right out of the Ford/GM playbook 100 years ago.
hopefully ted cruz gets back on the job soon
Should be a ton of wisp’s getting money denied as well. The way it was run cost a ton of legit projects necessary funding.
I saw a Starlink constellation for the first time this morning and man that sure is an eyesore
It's so sad, and actually causes legit problems with telescopes, how many satellites you see if you can see the sky on a clear dark night far away from light pollution. We went to Beech Mountain in July last and stayed near the top, the first night thankfully was clear and I was shocked at the number of obvious satellites that cross the sky.
Here we go again
watching him run them even further into the ground would be so funny
So that’s why he recently sold a lot of Tesla stock
Making the Glazers look like competent owners will be amazing
He will make Vivek Ranadive look like Mickey Arrison
Curious how much money he made on this. Their stock shot up right after he "joked" about it.
this is a long running joke on twitter! Everyone is making this joke all the time!
til Man United is currently listed on the NYSE
That’s curious that a stock would grow when connected with Elon. He’s a poisonous little toad.
People are dumb.
it's a great way for the glazer family to pay themselves
Get this a bunch of teams used to be on the London Stock Exchange before the EPL blew up in the early 2000s.
Can we shoot this motherfucker into the sun yet? Fuck this dude.
What is any of this
That’s enough internet for today.
Can I Spliff it has the worst Twitter feed on the planet.
Twitter’s former security chief accuses it of ‘egregious deficiencies.’
The whistle-blower’s complaints to the Securities and Exchange Commission, Justice Department and Federal Trade Commission come at a perilous time for Twitter.
By Lauren Hirsch
Aug. 23, 2022Updated 9:22 a.m. ET
Twitter’s former head of security has accused the company of “extreme, egregious deficiencies” in its spam- and hacker-fighting practices, according to a whistle-blower complaint obtained by The New York Times.
The complaints by Peiter Zatko, the former executive, said that the shortcomings in enforcing security, privacy and content moderation policies dated to 2011. Mr. Zatko, a well-known hacker who is known in the security community as Mudge, joined Twitter in late 2020 and was terminated by the company in January.
It was sent to the Securities and Exchange Commission, Justice Department and Federal Trade Commission on July 6. The Washington Post and CNN first reported on the whistle-blower complaint
Mr. Zatko accuses Twitter, its chief executive Parag Agrawal and other executives and directors of “extensive legal violations,” including making misleading statements to users, misrepresentations to investors and acting with “negligence and even complicity” toward efforts by foreign governments to infiltrate the platform, according to the complaint filed with the S.E.C.
The allegations come at a perilous time for Twitter, which is locked in a legal battle with Elon Musk over his efforts to walk away from a $44 billion agreement to acquire the social media company. Twitter has sued Mr. Musk to force him to close the deal, and the two sides are set to go to trial at the Delaware Chancery Court in October.
The complaints put forward by Mr. Zatko and Mr. Musk are in some ways similar, focusing on the number of fake users on Twitter’s website. Mr. Musk claims that Twitter’s public disclosures about those figures are materially misleading.
Perhaps most damaging, if true, is Mr. Zatko’s allegation that Twitter is in violation of its 2011 settlement with the F.T.C. over its safeguarding of user information. The agency had accused Twitter of “serious lapses” in data security that “allowed hackers to obtain unauthorized administrative control of Twitter” including the ability to send out phony tweets.
A spokeswoman for Twitter said: “Mr. Zatko was fired from his senior executive role at Twitter in January 2022 for ineffective leadership and poor performance. What we’ve seen so far is a false narrative about Twitter and our privacy and data security practices that is riddled with inconsistencies and inaccuracies and lacks important context. Mr. Zatko’s allegations and opportunistic timing appear designed to capture attention and inflict harm on Twitter, its customers and its shareholders. Security and privacy have long been companywide priorities at Twitter and will continue to be.”