CoinDesk’s Twitter Hack Proved the Media Can’t Rely on Web 2.0
Last week's Twitter hack, which downed a key CoinDesk channel for seven days, showed how news groups are overly dependent on social media.
The SIM swapping community entered the spotlight after helping the Twitter hacker breach the social media platform, but these threat actors have been going after the crypto community for years.
Twitter hack alleged ringleader Graham Clark, the subject of a previous criminal investigation, had bail set at $725,000 at his first court appearance Saturday.
The 17-year-old charged with being the mastermind behind July's Twitter hack has pleaded not guilty; the defense says bail posted is "grossly inappropriate" to the amount of money stolen.
A Florida teenager suspected of spearheading the massive Twitter hack and subsequent high-profile bitcoin scam is in custody.
Twitter has provided an update on what happened the day the social media giant lost control over its platform.