In a countersuit in a Delaware court filed under SEAL last Friday, Musk also claimed he was “hoodwinked” to sign the deal.
According to court documents filed by him, Twitter must comply with local law in India, Elon Musk said. Snapshots of court documents seen circulating on Twitter, posted by new York Times tech reporter kate conger @KateCongar.
“In 2021, India’s Ministry of Information Technology enacted certain rules allowing the government to investigate social media posts, demand identifying information, and prosecute companies that refuse to comply. While Musk free speech Proponents of Twitter believe that moderation on Twitter should “heave” closer to the laws of the countries where Twitter operates,” read part of a legal filing in the Twitter v. Musk lawsuit, as reported by The New York Times. Tech reporter Kate Conger posted in a series of tweets.
Musk took issue with this, saying it jeopardizes one of Twitter’s biggest markets and suggests Twitter should… https://t.co/wK10gOJACo
— kate conger (@kateconger) 1659657991000
On Elon Musk’s statements in the court filings, Twitter responded that it “respectfully refers the Court for his complete and accurate content. Twitter lacks sufficient knowledge or information to form credence as to the veracity of the allegations.” ,” and that “therefore deny them on that basis.”