Twitter employees continue to quit amid Elon Musk fight, whistleblower complains

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Twitter executives held a meeting with employees after a series of claims made by a whistleblower that noted that the social media platform misled federal regulators regarding defenses against hackers and spam accounts. Former security chief Peter “Mudge” Zatko has revealed some shocking allegations against the company. Between Twitter’s legal battle with Elon Musk over bots and spam accounts, and recent allegations, Twitter is also facing the loss of employees.

according to a report good Twitter’s current employee attrition stands at 18.3 percent, based on an audio narrated by Reuters, compared to 14 percent and 16 percent before SpaceX CEO Musk announced a $44 billion (about Rs 3,51,500) offer for the acquisition. Hovered in the middle.

At the meeting, Twitter chief executive Parag Agarwal called Zatco’s allegations “false”, while claiming that the company never misled or intended to mislead any regulators or board members.

Jatko’s claims will be heard by the US Senate Judiciary Committee on September 13. The Senate will discuss the whistleblower’s allegations about the social media company’s methods of misleading regulators. The committee may decide to pursue further investigation in the matter.

Meanwhile, the social media company is set for a hearing in October against Musk, who withdrew from the acquisition deal, alleging misinterpretation of bots’ data. Twitter sued Musk in July, while the acquisition was initially announced in April. According to Reuters, Musk’s takeover of the company led to many employees leaving their jobs.


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