March 1, 2024

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Elon Musk says Twitter legal team accused him of violating NDA

Elon Musk says Twitter legal team accused him of violating NDA

Tesla CEO Elon Musk said Saturday that Twitter has accused him of violating a non-disclosure agreement (NDA) with the social media giant, which it is set to receive after completing his $44 billion deal with the company.

“Twitter legal has been summoned to file a complaint because I violated their non-disclosure agreement by revealing that the bot scan sample size is 100,” Musk chirp during the Weekend.

Musk’s tweet came in response to another tweet from the billionaire on Friday regarding Twitter’s plans to count the number of spam or fake accounts on the site.

“Twitter deal is temporarily on hold pending account backing up details that spam/fake accounts already account for less than 5% of users,” Musk She said At the time, he added, “My team will do a random sample of 100 Twitter followers.”

Earlier this month, Musk announced that he had bought Twitter. However, it could take several months to finalize the deal amid the reported FTC investigation, and as shareholders they must accept an offer to buy their shares at $54.20.

Since the deal was announced, Musk has draw attentionWhere he vowed to undo the previous President Trump Ban from Twitter once the acquisition is completed.

I think it wasn’t right to ban Donald Trump. “I think that was a mistake,” Musk previously said. It alienated much of the country and ultimately did not result in a lack of a voice for Donald Trump.

His upcoming acquisition has already led to changes in Twitter, including the departure of Kayvon Beykpour, Twitter’s general manager of consumer products.

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“I’m interrupting my parental leave to share some news related to @Twitter: I’m leaving the company after more than 7 years,” Pikbor, co-founder of Periscope, Tweet last week.

“The truth is that this was not how and when I imagined leaving Twitter, and that was not my decision. Parag asked me to leave after telling me he wanted to take the team in a different direction,” added Bikbor, referring to the Twitter CEO. Parag Agrawal.

Bruce FalkThe company’s general manager of revenue also announced last week that he was leaving the social media giant.