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New research from security firm CloudSEK shows that more than 3,200 mobile applications were leaking Twitter API (Application Program Interface) keys, which can be used to gain access and take over user accounts. The research highlights how these API keys could be used to create an army of Twitter bots and potentially wage some kind […]

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Elon Musk’s sudden deal to purchase Twitter has triggered optimism in some quarters that the mission to “authenticate all humans” and defeat spam bots will spur technology innovation at a company that has historically struggled with cybersecurity. Following the announcement of the agreed $44 billion transaction on Monday, Musk publicly positioned the deal as an […]

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Twitter philanthropists are a controversial emergence on the social media platform. In essence, Twitter-based philanthropy is about incredibly rich people helping out those who need it. The help is random, and often focused around performing a task like listening to a podcast or simply retweeting something. Of course, not everyone can “win” and many, many […]

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The Multi-Model Database:
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