Elon Musk has posted popcorn emoji amid new revelations from Twitter and promoting Tesla cybervessels. Musk made several tweets on Tuesday in reference to the testimony of the former Twitter security chief. Mr Musk made no express reference to the declaration, however proposed the disclosures could help his argument against Twitter.
Peter Mudge Jatko, a respected cybersecurity expert and Twitter whistleblower, told Congress that Twitter had at least one agent of China’s intelligence service on its payroll and that the company deliberately allowed India to add agents to the company roster and possible access to those countries. was allowed. was allowed was allowed, Sensitive information about users.
I am here today because the Twitter leadership is misleading the public, parliamentarians, regulators and even its own board of directors, Mr. Jatko said while initiating the swearing-in.
During the conference, Mr Musk’s focal worry about Twitter slipped by everyone’s notice. Mr Zatko was not asked about Mr Musk’s claims that Twitter was not correctly counting its active users which is an important metric for advertisers.
One issue that didn’t come up for hearing was whether Twitter was counting its active users correctly, an important metric for its advertisers. Tesla Chief Elon Musk, who is attempting to pull out of a $44 billion arrangement to purchase Twitter, has contended without proof that Twitter’s approximately 238 million everyday clients are phony or malignant records otherwise known as spam.
Even that doesn’t mean Musk didn’t use Zatko’s allegation that Twitter wasn’t interested in removing the bots to strengthen his argument for walking away from the deal. Insider Intelligence analyst Jasmine Annberg said.
Mr Musk was at that point seen doing this, even Mr Jatko was talking. He first posted a simple popcorn emoji as the hearing went on. He then highlighted a post by journalist Ronan Farrow, who published a new report claiming that people were trying to find compromising material on Mr. Zatko.
He then posted a Tesla Cyber Whistle which was initially launched as a criticism of the whistleblower. The whistle came last year when a few group were making claims about inappropriate behavior at the organization, in spite of the fact that Mr. Musk never expressly expressed that the two were connected.