Elon Musk Wants to Publicly Debate Twitter’s CEO About Bots
Elon Musk still wants to argue with Twitter about bots.
Quick recap: Musk announced his intention to buy Twitter for $44 billion in April, then shelved the deal in May, saying he could legally get the data he wanted in June if he couldn’t get the data he wanted Cancel this deal. In response, Twitter filed a lawsuit against Musk in July.
Musk has claimed he wants to pull out of the Twitter deal over concerns that the company’s platform has more bots than it publicly admits. Twitter has reportedly granted Musk access to the data he requested, but that doesn’t appear to be enough for the controversial billionaire.
That didn’t stop Musk from saying he would consider moving forward with the deal…or challenging Twitter CEO Parag Agrawal to openly debate the issue:
Twitter did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
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Musk and Twitter appear ready to go to court over the $44 billion acquisition. Presumably, this will give both sides the platform they need to openly debate anything related to the deal, including the bot issue, to determine whether it should proceed.
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