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Ex-Twitter worker is found guilty of spying for Saudi Arabia



Ex-Twitter worker is found guilty of spying for Saudi Arabia and releasing private user information of people who have been publicly critical of the country in exchange for hundreds of thousands of dollars

A former Twitter employee, Ahmad Abouammo, was found guilty of spying for Saudi Arabia and releasing private user information of those who publicly criticized the country in exchange for large sums of money.

An 11-person jury found Abouammo, 44, guilty of money laundering, falsification of records and one count of wire fraud on Tuesday. 

He was found innocent on five other counts of wire fraud, The Wall Street Journal reported.

This is a developing story. Check back for updates. 



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