Twitter bans Kaspersky from advertising

Twitter has banned Moscow-based security company Kaspersky Lab from advertising on its platform due to the company’s alleged ties to Russian intelligence organizations. Twitter cited a Homeland Security notice that warned that the U.S. government was concerned about ties between “certain Kaspersky officials and Russian intelligence and other government agencies.” Kaspersky is still permitted to have Twitter accounts and post organically on the on the platform.

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cybersecurity firms and social media ties to governments and espionage? I am shocked 

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Kaspersky spent more than $94,000 on advertising on Twitter in 2017?  i would ban them as well for being cheap

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Lawmakers and U.S. intelligence have also targeted Kaspersky Lab, alleging it is a tool for the Russian government. Last year WH banned the use of Kaspersky Lab products by the federal government.  

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7 minutes ago, Meanwhile said:

cybersecurity firms and social media ties to governments and espionage? I am shocked 

well, I would be more shocked is Kaspersky had some relations with our government. 

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Ban everything that has ties to the Russian government!

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Just now, JohnAtronis said:

Ban everything that has ties to the Russian government!

pour Vodka down the drain

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Just now, 李伟王芳 said:

pour Vodka down the drain

what about those tapes from hotel?

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2 minutes ago, 李伟王芳 said:

pour Vodka down the drain

we can drink Trump Vodka

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16 minutes ago, Nigerian Price said:

Twitter has banned Moscow-based security company Kaspersky Lab from advertising on its platform due to the company’s alleged ties to Russian intelligence organizations. Twitter cited a Homeland Security notice that warned that the U.S. government was concerned about ties between “certain Kaspersky officials and Russian intelligence and other government agencies.” Kaspersky is still permitted to have Twitter accounts and post organically on the on the platform.

Kaspersky is best antivirus

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18 minutes ago, Nigerian Price said:

Twitter has banned Moscow-based security company Kaspersky Lab from advertising on its platform due to the company’s alleged ties to Russian intelligence organizations. Twitter cited a Homeland Security notice that warned that the U.S. government was concerned about ties between “certain Kaspersky officials and Russian intelligence and other government agencies.” Kaspersky is still permitted to have Twitter accounts and post organically on the on the platform.

Trump should get off twitter in protest of this liberal behavior.

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Just now, Meanwhile said:

Trump should get off twitter in protest of this liberal behavior.

plus, add are distracting him 

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The neo McCarthyist hysteria that has gripped this country is just insane. Russian intelligence isn’t interested in your Twitter posts.I still use Kaspersky’s malware and intrusion detection software.  

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I know. Facebook, Cambridge Analytica, Equifax, elections....Kaspersky is the least I am worried about 

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13 minutes ago, JohnAtronis said:

we can drink Trump Vodka

Trump Vodka is $700 in average. Can you imagine that hangover?

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5 minutes ago, 李伟王芳 said:

Trump Vodka is $700 in average. Can you imagine that hangover?

bottled in Netherlands, just to add

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1 minute ago, Meanwhile said:

bottled in Netherlands, just to add

America first

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