Twitter whistleblower adds fuel to Musk’s allegations

Wednesday - 24/08/2022 09:11
Musk’s legal team is already leaning into using Zatko’s complaint as the Musk-Twitter case heads to an October trial.
AP Photo/Gregory Bull The Twitter application is seen on a digital device on April 25, 2022, in San Diego.
AP Photo/Gregory Bull The Twitter application is seen on a digital device on April 25, 2022, in San Diego.

A bombshell Twitter whistleblower complaint alleging the company has major security deficiencies is adding fuel to Elon Musk’s core argument in his case against Twitter as he tries to back out of his $44 billion deal to buy the platform. 

Former Twitter security chief Peiter Zatko’s complaint, made public Tuesday, complicates the legal challenge for the social media platform. Twitter is suing in an effort to force Musk to complete his acquisition of the company after he walked away from his binding offer over accusations that Twitter breached the agreement by failing to provide him with sufficient data about spam accounts.

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