Musk Bid for More Data on Twitter Bot Accounts Denied by Judge – Bloomberg Law

By Jef Feeley
Elon Musk was denied access to additional documents about Twitter Inc.’s internal measure of robot and spam accounts after a judge concluded the company already disclosed enough of the information as part of the billionaire’s legal fight over a scuttled takeover.
Twitter has “done enough” in handing over documents about so-called mDAU — a metric used to survey human users of the social-media platform, Delaware Chancery Judge Kathaleen St. J. McCormick ruled Friday. Musk had sought more information to bolster his bid to cancel a $44 billion buyout of the company.
Musk and his lawyers repeatedly accused Twitter of …
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