New York: The fabric of the Twitter campaign against Pakistan began to unravel.
Twitter’s former security chief has exposed the collusion between India and Twitter management. The Indian government forced Twitter management to keep an Indian agent on the payroll. Twitter’s former security chief raised the matter with US regulators.
Twitter’s former security chief, Peter Maj Zetko, has revealed to the US Securities and Exchange Commission that the Indian government forced Twitter to hire its government agents on the payroll.
Twitter’s former security chief, Peter Maj Zetko, disclosed to the US Securities and Exchange Commission that Twitter was forced by the Indian government to hire its own government agent, among other security issues at Twitter. Under this agreement, India got access to sensitive user data.
Peter Maj Zetko, while filing a whistleblower report with the Securities and Exchange Commission, said that Twitter’s security policy is very weak, in which India is interfering.
Twitter management also confirmed this. Twitter management is waging a legal battle against India, alleging that India is involved in illegal activities and content on Twitter.
The time has come to bring to an end the roles of organized campaigns against institutions in Pakistan as well. If a country like America considers it a threat to national security and democracy, then Pakistan will also have to take important steps in this regard.
It should be noted that some time ago there was a mysterious campaign against Pakistan on Twitter. Not only Pakistani accounts were being blocked, but every account that spoke against the Indian government was being blocked.
The Pakistan Telecommunication Authority has taken up the matter with Twitter over the revelation that India has blocked the official accounts of Pakistani embassies.