Twitter founder Jack Dorsey to be fired in Twitter v Musk case


Dorsey – who stepped down as CEO of Twitter last November and served on the board until the end of May – had previously been subpoenaed by Musk’s team for a range of information, including all documents and communications relating to the merger agreement, as well as “consideration, reference even those who do.” in relation to or relating to the impact or impact of fake accounts or spam on Twitter’s business and operations.
Musk moved to end the deal in July after the company misrepresented the number of fake and spammy accounts on its platform Twitter (TWTR) he quickly denounced Musk to fulfill the agreement.
Before Musk’s move to end the deal, Dorsey spoke positively about the possibility of Musk owning Twitter. Shortly after announcing the purchase, Dorsey he tweeted: “Elon is a unique solution that I trust. I trust his mission to spread the light of consciousness.”

The statement comes as Musk’s team expands its lawsuit against Twitter. Earlier this month, a judge ruled that Musk can add to his claims based on what was disclosed by former Twitter security chief Peiter Zatko, who accused the company of serious security vulnerabilities that put its users, investors and US national security at risk.

Last week, Musk’s team publicly presented its updated claims, saying Zatko’s disclosure and the events surrounding it “revealed misrepresentations about mDAU.” [monetizable daily active users] They were just one component of a broader conspiracy among Twitter executives to mislead the public, its investors and the government about the dysfunction at the company’s core.”

Twitter said Zatko’s allegations paint a “false narrative” of the company and Musk’s claims are “factually incorrect, legally insufficient and commercially irrelevant.”

The two parties will begin the five-day trial of the dispute on October 17.