Twitter: Parts of its source code leaked online


Twitter is after the identity of someone who lead company source code online. Twitter the San Francisco based social media company went to the U.S. district court in Northern California Sunday to ask GitHub to take down parts of Twitter's source code where it had been posted, that's according to a legal filing first reported by The New York Times, according to the filing GitHub and Internet hosting service for software development, complied with the legal request and said that the content had been disabled. Twitter says the postings violate copyright protections and is asking the court to identify the alleged infringing culprits. It's another challenge for Elon Musk after his acquisition of Twitter last October, a congressional report reveals that the Federal Trade Commission is probing mass layoffs at the company, in trying to obtain internal communications as part of oversight into the company's practices. I'm Jennifer King

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