Musk’s fraud complaint against Twitter: Argument of both sides in court

A legal battle has started between Elon Musk and social media company Twitter in court. Musk has filed a fraud complaint against Twitter. Twitter has given its answer in court. Both sides argued in court. Now the next hearing of this case will be on October 17. India was also mentioned during the arguments of […]
 


Musk’s fraud complaint against Twitter: Argument of both sides in court

A legal battle has started between Elon Musk and social media company Twitter in court. Musk has filed a fraud complaint against Twitter. Twitter has given its answer in court. Both sides argued in court. Now the next hearing of this case will be on October 17. India was also mentioned during the arguments of the case.

Elon Musk made a deal to buy social media company Twitter for $ 44 billion, but there was a difference of opinion about the company’s active users. Musk asked for the exact number of fake accounts. In contrast, the company did not disclose the figure, but announced that some accounts have been closed. Musk claims that the number of monthly active users offered by the company includes robot accounts, and there are hundreds of such accounts. Musk broke the deal. After that Twitter filed a case against Musk in court.

Musk retaliated and filed a fraud complaint against Twitter. Musk’s lawyer argued in court that Twitter had cheated by manipulating the data. Those pleas also accused the company of not complying with government regulations of various countries. The example of India was given in this. Musk’s lawyer said that there was a long-running dispute between the Indian government and Twitter. Twitter violated the IT Act of the Government of India.

 

Twitter jeopardized its third largest market, which is a serious matter. Arguments were presented in the court on behalf of Twitter. Twitter’s lawyer said the company decided to cut employees on Musk’s instructions. Not only that, many spam accounts have been removed. It is unfair to cancel this deal. Twitter argued in court that Musk should complete the deal.