Business

Twitter turmoil, staff exodus aggravate security concerns

Twitter's owner Elon Musk has pledged the platform will not become a "hellscape," but experts fear a staff exodus following mass layoffs may have devastated its ability to combat misinformation, impersonation and data theft.

Business

Three out of four bitcoin investors have lost money: study

Roughly three-quarters of people who have bought bitcoin have lost money according to a study published Monday as the cryptocurrency sector reels from the collapse of a major exchange that has sapped confidence.

Internet

Twitter scrambles to curb spread of fake accounts

Twitter moved on Friday to curb fake accounts that have proliferated since Elon Musk's takeover, suspending sign-ups for a new paid checkmark system and reinstating a gray "official" badge on some accounts.

Automotive

EU, US set up task force to resolve electric vehicle feud

The U.S. and the European Union have set up a task force tasked with resolving a dispute over electric vehicle batteries that the EU says would discriminate against manufacturers in the 27-nation bloc and break World Trade ...

Security

Drizly agrees to tighten data security after alleged breach

Alcohol delivery app Drizly has agreed to tighten its data security and limit data collection to resolve federal regulators' allegations that its security failures exposed the personal information of some 2.5 million customers.

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