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Law’s Steven Stransky discussed Twitter and it’s former head of cybersecurity

Twitter whistleblower could spur Big Tech crackdown: ‘The danger is real’

New York Post: Steven Stransky, adjunct professor of law, said that allegations by Twitter’s former head of cybersecurity, who accused the company of being lax with user data and lying to the feds about it, could give regulators an opening to crack down on large tech firms. “(Twitter) could face new scrutiny from various state regulatory authorities who may view (the allegations) as evidence that Twitter is violating the representations it has affirmatively made to its consumers with respect to how it collects, uses, and safeguards consumer data,” he said.