A state official says the employee who erred should not pay the price for a system that “made it too easy for a simple mistake to have very serious consequences.”
Twitter said on Friday that prohibiting a world leader from posting on the platform “would hide important information people should be able to see and debate.”
Michael Neu of Slidell, La., was charged with 269 counts of wire fraud and money laundering, the police said.
A computer error caused a lottery game to produce too many winning tickets and now the state has set aside nearly $20 million in payouts as it decides what to do.
Salesforce Tower, which at 1,070 feet is the tallest office building west of the Mississippi, will be inhabited in January, signaling tech’s triumph in the city.
The New York legislation, which closely hews to a federal bill, would require internet companies to reveal who is paying and to show where content comes from.