Parts of Twitter’s source code were leaked online in January forcing Elon Musk to file a recent lawsuit to find the culprit.
The filing alleges “various excerpts” of Twitter’s source code was published online by a user named “freespeechenthusiast.”
The code was published on Github, a Microsoft-owned platform for sharing code for software development.
So is the criminal leaker a disgruntled leftist or a fed?
The Daily Mail reported:
Twitter‘s source code has been posted online in an embarrassing and potentially damaging security breach, which forced the social media company to immediately take legal action.
The Elon Musk-owned firm on Friday filed a lawsuit seeking a subpoena to force GitHub to reveal who posted parts of the code online.
GitHub, a site for computer programmers to share ideas and collaborate on projects, has taken the code segments down. Source code is the ‘DNA’ of a website: the programming behind it, which shows how it operates. It is considered intellectual property.
It was posted by someone using the name ‘FreeSpeechEnthusiast’ – a seeming reference to Musk himself, who declared that he was a ‘free speech absolutist’.
Analysts believe that the code could have been posted online by a disgruntled former employee.
The user who Twitter says posted the source code had the username “FreeSpeechEnthusiast” pic.twitter.com/2w3WRm5WzF
— T(w)itter Daily News (@TitterDaily) March 26, 2023
The Biden regime has been out to get Elon Musk ever since he bought the social media platform.
Biden and his lackeys are particularly concerned with the “Twitter Files” reports that reveal liberal government actors and agencies have been working for years to censor and silence conservative voices on the platform.