December 5, 2022
The world’s richest man, Elon Musk, has issued a court order to former Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey ordering him to submit a series of documents as part of an ongoing battle over the world’s biggest billionaire’s decision to back out of a $44 billion purchase deal. social network.

According to documents released on Monday, Dorsey was ordered to hand over to Musk all documents and communications related to the agreement to buy the site in April, as well as any information about fake accounts and the method of counting the number of Twitter active users. This directive includes all documents available to Jack Dorsey on the subject since January 2019. Dorsey, the founder of Twitter, stepped down as the company’s CEO in November.

Musk closed a $44 billion deal to buy the social network before terminating it in early July. He accuses Twitter of lying about the percentage of automated accounts and spam on its network, saying the group has “practiced deception” by deliberately increasing the number of accounts it can generate revenue from.

Twitter, for its part, reports that SPAM accounts for less than 5% of activity on its network. After the termination of the agreement, Twitter sued Musk in court to force him to fulfill his obligations. Musk, in turn, filed a complaint against her, in which he asked the court to release him from his obligations under the agreement and oblige Twitter to pay him compensation. Lawyers for both sides confronted each other for several weeks in a battle based on a summons to appear and an order to produce documents. The trial is expected to begin October 17 in the Delaware Business Law Court and will last five days.

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