Chinese agent working in Twitter, users’ personal data in danger! big disclosure of jetco – न्यूज़लीड India

Chinese agent working in Twitter, users’ personal data in danger! big disclosure of jetco


Whistleblower Jetco Revealed

Let us tell you that Peter Muzz Jetko is a respected cyber security expert. After leaving Twitter, he has made many big disclosures about the company as a whistleblower. On Tuesday, he appeared before the Senate Judiciary Committee in the US Parliament to testify on the charges.

What did JETCO say against Twitter?

What did JETCO say against Twitter?

According to the news, whistleblower Jetco alleged that at least one Chinese agent is working in the company. The Chinese government has enlisted at least one agent of its intelligence agency as a Twitter employee. According to the news, many serious threats related to cyber security can arise from Twitter. This is a threat through which a Chinese agent working as an employee in the company can hack the user’s data at any time.

Social media platforms suffer from weak cyber security

Social media platforms suffer from weak cyber security

JETCO told the MPs that the social media platform suffers from weak cyber security. This has put the privacy of the users at risk. He said that he is here today because he wants to show how Twitter is misleading the public, lawmakers, regulators and even its own board of directors. They don’t know what data they have, where it resides and where it came from and so they cannot protect it. JETCO said that, if there are no locks, it doesn’t matter who has the key.

what twitter said

what twitter said

Twitter said its recruitment process is independent of any foreign influence and that access to data is managed through a range of measures, including background checks, access control and monitoring, and identification systems and procedures.

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