What Peter Zatko found out, according to the leaked documents, was that the security problems on Twitter have been described as serious. “Muj” writes via Twitter about the “serious shortcomings, recklessness and willful ignorance that threaten national security and democracy” in its overall outcome.
Unfortunately, I can’t even replicate what’s in the revealed documents. But what can I say in general: “Muj” stands for things that can be read in the revealed documents. He wrote like this. The problems raised by social media platforms are far-reaching. It is about misinformation and misinformation. The point is that they can be used to manipulate voter turnout. Foreign intelligence services can infiltrate platforms, partly because they clearly want to find out where some people are using geodata.
The published documents also state that many Twitter employees have extensive access to users’ private data. Isn’t this a scam?
Again, I have to refer to the docs here. But there is one important principle that must apply: the number of people who have access to sensitive data should be kept to a minimum. As the reports of the last 48 hours clearly indicate, this is a big problem in this case.
But isn’t that exactly why Twitter hired “Mujh”, aka Peter Zatko, to fix these problems?
Then suddenly it ended. Twitter’s new CEO Parag Agarwal fired Peter Jatko. Now he also claims that the allegations leveled by him are false. A rebuke that ensues: “Mudge” simply wants to take revenge on his old employer.