Twitter Security Chief Resigns as Musk Ignites ‘Deep Concern’

Twitter Security

The security chief of Twitter has resigned as the platform’s redesign under new owner Elon Musk saw a surge in fake accounts, prompting a rare caution from US regulators.

The protests took place the day after Musk’s erratic rollout of brand-new features following his USD 44 million acquisition of the important one-to-many messaging app. It unveiled its eagerly anticipated Twitter Blue subscription service, which enables users to pay USD 7.99 per month for a prized blue tick and a separate gray “official” badge for a select number of high-profile accounts.

The chaos prompted a rare warning from the US agency that regulates consumer safety, the Federal Trade Commission, which has been keeping an eye on Twitter due to past security and privacy breaches.

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