With documents leaked, over the last few months, by whistleblower Edward Snowden - ex-contractor of the US National Security Agency (NSA) - revealing the NSA's snooping of the data systems of the biggest tech firms in its PRISM online surveillance program, tech companies like Google, Facebook, Microsoft and Twitter are increasingly investing on security technology.
Despite the fact that Twitter Inc.'s user growth is slowing, fund managers believe that nothing can stop it from trading higher. The microblogging service is valued at $12.8 billion. The figure is derived from the fair value being put by Twitter on its shares in an initial public offering filing last week.
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