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Saudi Arabia reportedly paid Twitter employees to spy on users. Cybersecurity experts say insider spying is an issue that goes beyond Twitter. (TWTR)

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Saudi Arabia reportedly paid Twitter employees to spy on users. Cybersecurity experts say insider spying is an issue that goes beyond Twitter. (TWTR)· Two former Twitter employees were charged by federal prosecutors with spying on users on behalf of the Saudi Arabian government — and experts warn that it could happen again.
· Three cybersecurity experts told Business Insider about broader "insider threats," or the risk of surveillance and data breaches carried out by...
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