Tesla CEO Elon Musk said on Saturday that Twitter accused him of violating a confidentiality agreement (NDA) with the social media giant, which he is ready to buy after his $ 44 billion deal with the company is completed.
“Twitter legal called just to complain that I violated their NDA by revealing that the bot check sample size is 100,” Musk twitret over the weekend.
Musk’s tweet came in response to another tweet from the billionaire on Friday regarding Twitter’s plans to calculate the number of spam or fake accounts on the site.
“Twitter agreement temporarily pending pending details that support calculations that spam / fake accounts actually represent less than 5% of users,”[ads1]; Musk so at the time, adding that “my team will make a random selection of 100 followers of @twitter.”
Earlier this month, Musk announced that he had bought Twitter. However, the deal could take several months to complete amid a reported investigation by the Federal Trade Commission, at which point shareholders will have to accept the offer to buy their shares for $ 54.20.
Since the announcement of the agreement, Musk has received attention thepinkribbonfund, as he has promised to reverse former President Trump’s exclusion from Twitter when his acquisition is complete.
“I do not think it was right to ban Donald Trump. I think it was a mistake, Musk has previously said. “It alienated a large part of the country and did not ultimately result in Donald Trump not having a voice.”
His upcoming takeover has already led to changes at Twitter, including the departure of Kayvon Beykpour, Twitter’s general manager of consumer products.
“Cancel my paternity leave to share some recent @twitter-related news: I’m leaving the company after over 7 years,” Beykpour, the co-founder of Periscope, tweeted last week.
“The truth is that this is not how and when I envisioned leaving Twitter, and this was not my decision. Parag asked me to leave after telling me he wants to take the team in a different direction,” Beykpour added. referring to Twitter CEO Parag Agrawal.
Bruce Falck, the company’s general manager for revenue, also announced last week that he would leave the social media giant.