Elon Musk, one of the world’s richest men, has said his move to buy Twitter for 44 44 billion stalled due to “critical” questions about the number of fake accounts on social media networks. Is a victim of
Asked about this at the Qatar Economic Forum, Elon Musk declined to comment, saying it was a sensitive issue.
Speaking via video link, Elon Musk said: “There are still some issues to be resolved, including his claim that the number of fake and spam accounts on Twitter is less than 5%, while I think Twitter The experience of most users is different.
“So we are still waiting for a consensus on this issue and this is a very important issue,” said the head of Tesla Car and SpaceX Exploration.
Elon Musk said there were questions about Twitter’s debt and the question of whether shareholders would support the deal.
“So I think there are three issues that need to be addressed in order to get the agreement to a logical conclusion,” he said. Elon Musk said he wanted to bring 80 percent of North America and half of the world’s population to Twitter.
“It means something that is attractive to people, obviously it can’t be a place where they feel uncomfortable or harassed and don’t use it,” he said.
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