In a countersuit in a Delaware court docket filed underneath seal final Friday, Musk additionally claimed he was “hoodwinked” into signing the deal.
Twitter should follow the local law in India, stated Elon Musk, in line with court docket paperwork filed by him. Snapshots of the court docket paperwork had been seen circulating on Twitter, posted by New York Times Tech Reporter Kate Conger @kateconger.
“In 2021, India’s information technology ministry imposed certain rules allowing the government to probe social media posts, demand identifying information, and prosecute companies that refused to comply. While Musk is a proponent of free speech, he believes that moderation on Twitter should “hew near the legal guidelines of international locations in which Twitter operates” read a portion of legal filings in Twitter Vs Musk lawsuit, as posted by New York Times tech reporter Kate Conger in a series of tweets.
Musk takes issue with that, saying it jeopardizes one of Twitter’s largest markets and suggesting Twitter should fo… https://t.co/wK10gOJACo
— kate conger (@kateconger) 1659657991000
To Elon Musk’s averments in the court filings, Twitter responded that it “respectfully refers the Court for his or her full and correct contents. Twitter lacks information or data enough to type a perception as to the reality of the allegations,” and said it “due to this fact denies them on that foundation.”