Former Twitter Security Chief to Congress: Twitter Leadership Is “Misleading” Public” and Can Track Any User’s Location at Any Time (VIDEO)

Former Twitter security chief Peiter Zatko testified in front of the Senate Judiciary Committee on Tuesday.

Peiter Zatko, a former hacker, filed a whistleblower complaint against Twitter over the summer, alleging egregious security failings by the company.

According to CNBC — Zatko alleges that he “witnessed senior executive engaging in deceitful and/or misleading communications affecting Board members, users and shareholders” on multiple occasions in 2021.

He accused Twitter of misleading almost everyone.

Watch (transcript below):

From the video:

“I’m here today because Twitter leadership is misleading the public, lawmakers, regulators, and even its own board of directors. What I discovered when I joined Twitter was that this enormously influential company was over a decade behind industry security standards. The company’s cyber security failures make it vulnerable to exploitation causing real harm to real people. And when an influential media platform can be compromised by teenagers, thieves, and spies and the company repeatedly creates security problems on their own this is a big deal for all of us.”

If they are misleading everyone about security — can we trust them to tell the truth about censoring conservatives?

According to damning new information, over 4,000 Twitter employees can access personal information of users including their exact location.

Bloomberg has the play-by-play on the hearing here.

They also note that these revelations have implications for the Elon Musk deal:

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