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How Twitter employees ratted out user identities to Saudi Arabia

New York Post 13 Aug 2022
The other, according to Buzzfeed, is a man who impersonated a member of the Saudi royal family ... Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman has been accused of personally master-minding the killing of Saudi dissident Jamal Khashoggi.Bandar Algaloud/Courtesy of Saudi Royal Court/Handout via REUTERS.
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Bubba Watson, headed for LIV Golf, announces resignation from PGA Tour

Golf Week 11 Aug 2022
On July 29, the Saudi ... And members of the royal family and Saudi government were accused of involvement in the murder of Jamal Khashoggi, a Saudi journalist and Washington Post columnist.
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Scottie Scheffler, Cameron Smith share awkward moment on green during 2022 FedEx St. Jude Championship

Golf Week 11 Aug 2022
Reports broke earlier this week that Smith would be one of the next players to leave the PGA Tour for the Greg Norman-led and Saudi Arabia-backed LIV Golf Invitational Series ... And members of the royal family and Saudi government were accused of involvement in the murder of Jamal Khashoggi, a Saudi journalist and Washington Post columnist.
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Former Twitter Worker Found Guilty of Spying For Saudi Arabia

The Epoch Times 11 Aug 2022
A federal jury has convicted a former employee at Twitter for transmitting user information on behalf of Saudi Arabia and its royal family.
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Ex Twitter employee found guilty of acting as Saudi Arabia agent

Marietta Daily Journal 11 Aug 2022
Los Angeles — A US jury found a former Twitter employee guilty of spying for Saudi Arabia and the ruling royal family, the US Department of Justice (DoJ) said on Wednesday.A jury in California on Tuesday convicted 44-year-old Ahmad Abouammo, ... .
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Ex-Twitter staffer convicted of spying for Saudi Arabia

The Register 11 Aug 2022
Ahmad Abouammo is facing 10-20 years in prison for leaking PII from 6,000 Twitter accounts A former Twitter employee faces up to 20 years in prison after being convicted of spying for Saudi Arabia and its royal family ... .
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X22 Report 11 Aug 2022
Twitter worker is found guilty of spying for Saudi Arabia and releasing private information of the country’s critics in exchange for hundreds of thousands of dollars ... He then passed that information on to an official linked to the Saudi royal family in exchange for a luxury watch and hundreds of thousands of dollars.
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Former Twitter worker convicted of spying for Saudi Arabia

Detroit news 10 Aug 2022
citizen and former media partnership manager for Twitter’s Middle East region, was charged in 2019 with acting as an agent of Saudi Arabia without registering with the U.S ... A third man named in the complaint, Saudi citizen Ahmed Al-Mutairi, was alleged to have worked with the Saudi royal family as an intermediary.
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An ex-Twitter employee was found guilty of spying for Saudi Arabia in exchange for a ...

Business Insider 10 Aug 2022
Ahmad Abouammo, a former Twitter Inc employee accused of spying for Saudi Arabia, leaves Santa Rita jail after being freed pending trial, in Dublin, California, U.S ... The verdict shuts the door on what turned out to be a wild case of data from a US-based tech platform being used to aid the Saudi royal family.
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Report: Cameron Young to leave PGA Tour for LIV Golf Series

Golf Week 10 Aug 2022
Saudi Arabia has been accused of wide-ranging human rights abuses, including politically motivated killings, torture, forced disappearances and inhumane treatment of prisoners. And members of the royal family and Saudi government were accused of involvement in the murder of Jamal Khashoggi, a Saudi journalist and Washington Post columnist.
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'They paid me a lot of money': David Feherty opens up about why he joined ...

Golf Week 10 Aug 2022
Feherty also commented on how the 9/11 Commission said the Saudi government was cleared of any wrongdoing in its role on that day ... And members of the royal family and Saudi government were accused of involvement in the murder of Jamal Khashoggi, a Saudi journalist and Washington Post columnist.
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‘Power. Greed. Lies:’ Saudi mole in Twitter convicted in US federal court

Press TV 10 Aug 2022
A federal court in the United States has found a former manager at Twitter Inc guilty of spying for Saudi Arabia’s royal family ... guilty of acting as an agent of Saudi Arabia and trying to conceal a payment from an official tied to the Saudi royal family, among other charges.
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Former Twitter employee Ahmad Abouammo convicted of spying for Saudi Arabia

The Siasat Daily 10 Aug 2022
... he received from a top Saudi official connected to the royal family ... “Specifically, representatives of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and the Saudi Royal Family sought the private information of Twitter users who had been critical of the regime,” read the complaint.
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Former Twitter employee is convicted in Saudi spy case

Egypt Independent 10 Aug 2022
A former Twitter manager accused of spying for Saudi Arabia was convicted on Tuesday on six criminal counts, including acting as an agent for the country and trying to disguise a payment from an official tied to Saudi’s royal family ... family of corruption and other misdeeds.
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Former Twitter employee is convicted in Saudi spy caseDefense lawyers argued that the work Abouammo ...

Deccan Herald 10 Aug 2022
A former Twitter Inc manager accused of spying for Saudi Arabia was convicted on Tuesday on six criminal counts, including acting as an agent for the country and trying to disguise a payment from an official tied to Saudi's royal family ... family of corruption and other misdeeds.

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