According to a New York Times report, parts of the Twitter source code have been online leak. Court documents released on Friday reveal that Twitter alleged copyright infringement to have the code removed from Github as soon as possible. The code was removed the same day, but there are no reports of how long it has been online, or how wide or deep the leak was. The Twitter executive who spoke with the NOW said the company’s main concern was that the source code could be used in future hacking efforts.
Twitter executives suspect it is the work of a former employee who left “last year”. This might not reduce the hunt for escape. Since Elon Musk bought Twitter last October, the company has laid off around 80% of its staff.
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The billionaire bought the company last year for $44 billion.
Timely, Twitter owner Elon Musk said he values Twitter at around $20 billion, according to an email seen by information And The New York Times. (Although that was before the source code leak news.) Musk shared the valuation, a significant drop from the $44 billion he paid to buy the company last fall, in a note. that he sent to Twitter employees on Friday announcing new stock-based compensation. program.
You will still be able to download games that you have already purchased.
It’s the end of an era: Nintendo is closing its Wii U and 3DS eShops today at 5pm PT (8pm ET). After that, you won’t be able to buy new games for those consoles, but you can still redownload titles you’ve already purchased. According Chronicle of video gamess estimates.
He will leave when he is good and ready.
The five seasons of Development stopped, both of which were funded by Netflix, were scheduled to leave the service on March 15. However, the series is now staying put, thanks to a licensing deal the company struck with Disney-owned 20th-Century Fox, the show’s original rights holder. According Vulture, the new deal gives Netflix exclusive streaming rights to the series. As a result, the first three seasons of the show will no longer be available on Hulu later this year. Notably, the deal would have given Disney the option to sell the linear television rights for all five seasons.
Moore predicted the miniaturization of computers in 1965.
Gordon Moore, co-founder and former CEO of Intel, has died aged 94. He was the last surviving member of the Intel Trinity, which also included its co-founder, Robert Noyce, and their first recruit, Andy Grove. In 1965, Moore wrote an article that envisioned the miniaturization of computers, introducing the world to his prediction dubbed Moore’s Law.
He predicted that the number of transistors on an integrated circuit would double every year, leading to the creation and production of smaller, more powerful chips which, in turn, would enable technological advances. In 1975, he adjusted his estimate of the doubling of transistors every two years, although the best chip manufacturers to disagree if Moore’s Law still holds.