Whistleblower News: Twitter’s Former Security Chief Accuses It Of ‘Egregious Deficiencies’, Malaysia Top Court Upholds Ex-Prime Minister Najib's Graft Conviction, Germany Plans New Financial Crime Authority In Bid To Tackle Money Laundering

Twitter’s Former Security Chief Accuses It of ‘Egregious Deficiencies’


Twitter’s former head of security has accused the company of “extreme, egregious deficiencies” in its spam- and hacker-fighting practices, according to a whistle-blower complaint. read more »

Malaysia top court upholds ex-Prime Minister Najib's graft conviction


Malaysia's top court on Tuesday upheld ex-Prime Minister Najib Razak's graft conviction and 12-year jail sentence linked to the looting of the 1MDB state fund. Najib's loss in his final appeal means he will have to begin serving his sentence immediately, becoming the first former prime minister to be jailed. read more »

Germany plans new financial crime authority in bid to tackle money laundering


Germany wants to create a new financial crime authority that would bundle several fragmented competencies, including sanctions enforcement, said a finance ministry paper on Tuesday. read more »