According to Elon Musk, Twitter’s legal team broke the NDA by revealing a sample size for fake accounts.

Elon Musk at Met Gala in 2022.

Elon Musk says Twitter’s legal team has told him he has violated his NDA.Andrew Kelly / Reuters

  • Tesla founder Elon Musk has revealed that Twitter has a sample size of 100 for reviewing fake accounts.

  • Musk “broke” his NDA by revealing the sample size, he claims to have been told by Twitter’s legal team.

  • Twitter users were “manipulated” by algorithms with “potential bugs,” he later tweeted.

Elon Musk claimed that Twitter’s legal team told him he broke the terms of the nondisclosure agreement after revealing the company’s sample size to verify fake accounts.

Twitter announced an agreement to sell the company to the founders of Tesla on April 25.But Musk said on Friday that his $ 44 billion acquisition “Temporarily pending” He is waiting to be clear about the number of spam accounts.

In a tweet on Saturday, Musk said his team would run it independently. Random sample Out of 100 Twitter accounts make clear On Twitter, he chose 100 random accounts to measure the number of spam accounts. This is “what Twitter uses to calculate <5% fake / spam / duplicate accounts".

As Twitter’s legal team said sharing this information meant “violating” a nondisclosure agreement, it seems that Musk was soaked in hot water by revealing a sample size of Twitter.

Since then, Mask has seemed to be aiming for Twitter’s algorithm. Tell Warnings about “potential bugs” in the users they are “manipulating” and their code.

Millionaire later Clarification: “I’m trying to guess what I want to read, not suggesting malicious intent to the algorithm, so doing so mistakenly manipulates / amplifies the viewpoint without realizing that this is happening. . ”

SpaceX’s founder and CEO seemed to pay attention to the rocket company when he met Indonesian President Joko Widodo on Saturday at the site in Bocachica, Texas.

mask Reportedly Mr Widdo said he “wants” to visit Indonesia in November to discuss investment opportunities in Indonesia, which has abundant natural resources such as nickel, copper and tin.

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