Elon Musk’s tweet could land him in legal trouble again.As you may recall, the Tesla and SpaceX executive tweeted on Friday that his used to be”” After the company disclosed that in the first quarter of 2022, fake and spam accounts accounted for less than 5% of its monetizable daily active users.
Twitter legal department just called to complain that I violated their NDA because I revealed that the bot check sample size is 100!
This does happen.
— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) May 14, 2022
In his tweet prompting Twitter CEO Parag Agrawal to say the company is “,” Musk statement His team will test “a random sample of 100 followers” to validate Twitter’s numbers.According to the billionaire, one of his answers to a question about him Prompted Twitter’s legal team to respond.
“I chose 100 as the sample size because that’s what Twitter uses to count <5% of fake/spam/duplicates," he said in the alleged offending tweet. “Twitter Legal just called to complain that I violated their NDA by revealing that the sample size for bot checks was 100,” Musk later said. said his behavior.
We’ve reached out to Twitter for comment.
It’s designed just to save you time when you’re away from the app for a while.
Pull to refresh can also return reverse time.
— Jack ⚡️ (@jack) May 14, 2022
Dorsey was respond Some say Twitter’s algorithmic feed is “absolutely” designed for manipulation. “No, it’s not designed to be manipulated. It’s designed to catch up with you and fix what you’re doing,” Dorsey said. “This could have unintended consequences.”
Musk later appeared to retract his comments. “I’m not implying that there is malice in the algorithm, it’s trying to guess what you might want to read, and in doing so, inadvertently manipulates/magnifies your opinion without you realizing it’s occur,” .
If anything happened to Musk’s actions, it wouldn’t be the first time one of his tweets has landed him in legal trouble.Back in 2018, his now infamous “funding secured” tweet caused ,lead to with his current institution .
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