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Popular technology news website TechCrunch plans to publish on Wednesday sensitive internal documents belonging to microblogging site Twitter, including financial projections, sent to them by an unidentified hacker.
TechCrunch reported that a hacker had gained "easy access" to hundreds of pieces of internal Twitter information -- from pass codes to meeting minutes -- and then forwarded the data to the site en masse.
Our negotiations with Twitter (or rather Twitter’s lawyers) over our intention to publish a small subset of the 310 hacked confidential documents continue. We published the first document, a pitch for a reality television show called Final Tweet, earlier this morning.
Originally posted by star in a jar
I wonder if any of the documents will prove that in some cases twitters were censored like it was during the G-8 or G-20 protests in London.
Originally posted by Blaine91555
reply to post by MysterE
To me this makes TechCrunch complicit in the crime. Hackers are among the lowest life forms, perhaps even lower than Attorneys and Politicians. There should be a new, deeper level at the Colorado SuperMax just for them with a one way elevator to the bottom just for Hackers.
Don't fall for the bait and put clicks on their site counter.