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According to multiple news reports, Twitter plans to provide Elon Musk with raw data on hundreds of millions of tweets per day to advance the Tesla CEO’s deal to buy the social media platform for $44 billion.
Lawyers involved in the deal did not confirm the data-sharing agreement, the report said. Musk did not comment on Twitter, although he has previously been positive about various aspects of the agreement. Twitter did not confirm the reports, but issued a statement on Monday saying it would continue to “cooperate” with Musk to share information.
The Washington Post, citing a person familiar with the matter, first reported on Twitter’s plan to give Musk sweeping access to data. Other reports say Musk may only be given partial permissions.
According to reports, Musk has previously questioned the future of the deal, citing spam bots, but the condition offered by Twitter may create resistance to Musk’s actions. This week, Musk’s lawyers accused Twitter of refusing to provide information on the true number of bot accounts on Twitter.
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