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The Battle of the Bots: The Technology That Could Determine Twitter's Elon Musk Lawsuit

Elon Musk, who pulled out of the $44 billion deal to buy Twitter two days ago, took a swipe at the messaging service platform’s leadership today in his trademark style.
The Tesla Inc CEO shared a meme from his official handle as the clock ticked down to a major legal battle after the Twitter board threatened to sue to enforce the merger agreement. According to Musk’s lawyers, Twitter failed to respond to multiple information requests on fake or spam accounts on the platform.
Mr Musk today shared a grid, with the first column containing images of him laughing, and the second column containing his comments on the Twitter deal.
This was followed by a reference to the Twitter board’s threat of legal action: “Now, they want to compel me to buy Twitter in court.”
“Now, they have to reveal bot info in court,” reads the last grid, which features a photo of Mr Musk laughing out loud.

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Data on bots or fake accounts has been one of Musk’s main demands since announcing his decision to take over Twitter.
“As further explained below, Mr Musk is going to terminate the Merger Agreement because Twitter is in direct violation of multiple provisions of that Agreement,” his team wrote in a letter.

“In short, despite Musk’s repeated, detailed clarifications intended to simplify Twitter’s identification, gathering, and disclosure of the most relevant information desired in Musk’s original requests, Twitter has not provided information that Musk has requested for nearly two months,” it added.

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Bret Taylor, the chairman of Twitter boar, has stated that the board will take legal action to impose the merger agreement. “The Twitter Board is committed to closing the transaction at the agreed-upon price and terms with Mr Musk and plans to take legal action to enforce the merger agreement,” he wrote on twitter after Musk backed out of the deal.

Twitter has staffers a New York-based law firm to sue Elon Musk, and a lawsuit is expected to be filed next week.

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