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Bond stayed for ex-Twitter employee accused of spying for Saudi Arabia

Reuters Saturday, 9 November 2019
A ruling by a U.S. judge granting bond on Friday to a former Twitter employee accused of spying for Saudi Arabia was stayed after U.S. prosecutors said they appealed the decision.
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Former Twitter employees were charged by federal prosecutors Wednesday with trolling through social media accounts, searching for posts from critics of the Saudi Arabian government.

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