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For the first time, Twitter has directed users to a fact check of a tweet by President Trump.

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Twitter whistleblower claims the company’s security practices pose a national security threat

Twitter whistleblower and the company’s former head of security, Peiter “Mudge” Zatko says the platform violated its agreement to maintain solid security practices.

Reset learns more on the details of the complaint to the Securities and Exchange Commission, and how this claim could affect the company’s lawsuit against tech billionaire Elon Musk.

GUEST: Joseph Menn, technology reporter at the Washington Post specializing in hacking, privacy and surveillance

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