New owner and CEO of the social media company says accounts "with no tweets and no log in for years" will be removed from Twitter.
Delaware state judge orders both Twitter and Tesla CEO Elon Musk to turn over more information to opposing lawyers in their tussle over Musk's agreed-to-then-abandoned $44 billion deal to buy the social media platform.
Current and ex-employees don't think new memo to combine teams goes far enough after former executive Zatko accused Twitter of poor cyber defences and negligence in attempting to root out fake accounts.
Peiter Zatko also warns of obsolete servers, software vulnerable to computer attacks and executives seeking to hide the number of hacking attempts.
The subpoena asks for anything former Twitter boss Jack Dorsey has on the topics dating back to January of 2019.
Tesla billionaire warns he might walk away from his $44 billion deal to acquire the social media company if it fails to provide the data on spam and fake accounts that he seeks.
Tesla CEO Elon Musk warns his deal to buy Twitter can't move forward unless the company shows public proof that less than 5 percent of the accounts on the social media platform are fake or spam.
The social media giant says it will not allow posting identical messages from multiple accounts, cracking down on a tactic used to make tweets or topics go viral. Twitter is under pressure to stop spread of fake news often spread using bots.
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