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Businessman Elon Musk insisted again today that the planned $44 billion acquisition of the social platform Twitter could go ahead if the company discloses details about the percentage of automated accounts.

The billionaire and Tesla chairman has been trying to backtrack on the deal he announced in April to buy the technology, prompting Twitter’s management to sue him last month to move the acquisition forward.

Musk has since counterattacked, accusing the platform of misleading his team about the true size of its user base and other issues that, in his view, amounted to fraud and breach of contract.

“If Twitter simply provides its method of sampling 100 accounts and how these are confirmed to be real, the deal must proceed in the original terms,” ​​Musk tweeted earlier this morning.

However, the businessman warned that “if it turns out that the files with the SEC [Comissão de Valores Mobiliários dos Estados Unidos] are materially false”, then the business “must not” continue.

Elon Musk also challenged the president of Twitter, Parag Agrawal to a “public debate on the percentage of ‘bots’ among the universe of users of the platform.

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