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Elon Musk challenges Twitter CEO to ‘public debate’ about bots

Elon Musk challenges Twitter CEO to 'public debate' about bots

Maybe Elon Musk doesn’t want a court battle with Twitter? After his lawyers turn around argument of 165 pages On why he didn’t want to go ahead with his $44 billion deal to buy the platform, Musk suggested hashing things out in public — perhaps before a jury of Tesla fans, Dogecoin users, and potential Mars colonists among his Twitter followers — to get to the bottom of the problem. The alleged bot on Twitter.

“I’m here to challenge Tweet embed To a general discussion about the percentage of bots”, Musk announces For all his 102 million forum members. “Let him prove to the public that Twitter has less than 5% of fake or spam users per day!”

Musk immediately pinned the tweet to his profile, and then survey his followers About whether to believe Twitter’s argument that less than five percent of its monthly active users are “fakes/spam.” The two options are “Yes” with three robot emojis (intelligently indicating that any user who chooses this option is also a bot) or “Lmaooo no.”

So far, 67.2 percent of users have chosen the “Lmaooo no” option. The poll ends on Sunday, and its results will almost inevitably be in Musk’s favour. It seems unlikely that this last ploy will attract a direct response from Agrawal or Twitter chief Bret Taylor, given that the actual disagreement (in front of a real judge and jury) is scheduled for a hearing. In court in just two months.

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Twitter lawyers already put What the company thinks about Musk’s robotics accusations (which Twitter alleges Musk got from some A site called Botometer) in its own huge file, that His tweets are highly tagged It can be updated to include today’s selection. Of course they Just experts in corporate and contract laws They may not have what it takes to swing an argument carried out through memes, quoted tweets, and polls.