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Saudi Arabia allegedly recruited Twitter employees to spy on users. That's just one of many ways Saudi agents use tech tools to spy on critics.

Business Insider Thursday, 7 November 2019
Saudi Arabia allegedly recruited Twitter employees to spy on users. That's just one of many ways Saudi agents use tech tools to spy on critics.· The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia reportedly uses hacks, social media surveillance, and spies to keep tabs on dissidents, according to a new report by Human Rights Watch.
· An alleged instance of this global spying operation surfaced earlier this week, when federal prosecutors charged two former Twitter employees with snooping on...
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News video: Former Twitter Employees Have Been Charged With Spying for Saudi Arabia

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Two former Twitter employees have been charged with spying for Saudi Arabia. The U.S. government says the two employees were using their positions to gather information on Saudi dissidents in the U.S.

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