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Twitter users have ‘spoken’ on fake accounts

A poll conducted by Tesla CEO Elon Musk has revealed that close to 65 percent of his followers don’t trust in the Twitter claim that less than 5 percent of users on a daily basis are spammers or fakes on the platform.

Musk who is engaged in an arduous legal dispute with Twitter in relation to the cancellation of the $44 billion deal to buy the company last week, launched an Twitter poll of his 102.8 million followers to determine if Twitter’s claims of just 5 percent of daily users is a hoax or spam.

While 35 percent of respondents believed that Twitter is not telling the truth, 65 percent of them said that is not true and the amount of fake accounts is much more numerous.

“Twitter has spoken,” Musk said on Monday.

Tesla CEO has said that Tesla CEO has said If Twitter CEO Parag Agrawal can prove the true amount of fake accounts, the canceled deal will still go ahead.

“If Twitter simply provides their method of sampling 100 accounts, and how they’re verified as genuine, the deal can continue on the its original terms.” Musk tweeted.

“However should it turn out to be the case that their Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) filings are fabricated and misleading it shouldn’t be,” he added.

In the midst of the ongoing legal dispute, Musk has also challenged Agrawal to hold an open discussion about False accounts as well as spam.

“I am hereby challenging Parag Agrawal to a public debate on the Twitter bots’ percentage.He must prove to the world that Twitter has less than one percent of fake or spam users!” He tweeted on Twitter.

Musk’s fervent Musk’s fervent fan Pranay Pathole blasted the SEC and wrote: “I wonder what’s SEC is doing? Do they actually investigate these bogus claims posted on Twitter?”

“Good question, but why aren’t they?” Musk replied.

Twitter has submitted a comprehensive response to Musk’s countersuit filed against the micro-blogging platform, saying that his assertions are “factually incorrect, legally inadequate and commercially unimportant”.

According Musk Musk, he was hoodwinked by Twitter to sign the merger agreement worth $44 billion. TeluguStop

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