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Former Twitter Employees Charged With Spying For Saudi Arabia

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Former Twitter Employees Charged With Spying For Saudi Arabia

Former Twitter Employees Charged With Spying For Saudi Arabia

Former Twitter employees were charged by federal prosecutors Wednesday with trolling through social media accounts, searching for posts from critics of the Saudi Arabian government.

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