Is this covered in those standard contract clauses?
Twitter has admitted that the naughty folk who hijacked verified accounts last week read a portion of hacked users' direct messages. Among the 36 Twitter users whose direct messages (DMs), email addresses and phone numbers were definitely accessed by account hijackers last week was one Dutch politician, the microblogging …
...and as we all know, a random politician's privacy is important, whereas mine is not. :P
I know it's just whining, but even El Reg echoes the attitude that "the privacy of the plebs is not important", which does not help when we're trying to defend strong end-to-end encryption for the masses.
"Rather than do something with lasting consequences, such as start a world war, crash a stock market or announce that Apple will start talking to El Reg again...".
You really think Twitter has enough influence to get Apple to start talking to El Reg? Someone must have got an early start at the pub.
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