Twitter sued over Saudi spying that allegedly landed popular user in prison
Saudi Arabia became a top shareholder while its spies infiltrated Twitter.

While based in the United States from 2008 to 2014, human rights activist Abdulrahman Al-Sadhan tweeted critically about the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia to more than 160,000 followers. After he returned to Saudi Arabia in 2015, his anonymous account allegedly became unmasked by former Twitter employees who were charged with conspiring with the Saudi regime to silence critics.

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