Elon Musk accuses Twitter of security lapses in court filing
He also alleges that Twitter hid from him that it was not complying with a 2011 agreement with the Federal Trade Commission regarding user data.
Musk sends fresh letter to scrap Twitter deal after whistleblower claims
According to a court filing, Musk has sought information from whistleblower and former head of Twitter's security Peiter Zatko mostly about the way the microblogging site measures spam account.
Twitter misled US regulators on hackers, spam, whistleblower says
The document alleges Twitter prioritised user growth over reducing spam, with executives eligible to win individual bonuses of as much as US$10 million tied to increases in daily users, and nothing explicitly for cutting spam.
Just joking, Musk says on buying Manchester United
He says it is a 'long-running joke on Twitter'.
Elon Musk says he is buying Manchester United
Musk, the richest person in the world, has a history of making irreverent tweets, and it was not immediately clear whether he planned to pursue a deal.
Twitter down for thousands of users globally
It is not clear what caused the outage.
Twitter's future uncertain as it faces messy breakup with Musk
The entire saga has left observers baffled by what one analyst describes as 'one of the craziest business stories ever'.
Musk ditches Twitter deal, triggering defiant response
Musk's effort to terminate the deal that he inked in April sets the stage for an epic court battle over a billion-dollar breakup fee and more.
Twitter says over 1 million spam accounts removed each day
It says that spam accounts are well under 5% of users who are served advertising, a figure that has been unchanged in its public filings since 2013.
UK probes hacking of army’s Twitter, YouTube accounts
It says it would be inappropriate to comment further as long as the investigation is ongoing.
Musk offers billion-user vision but few details to Twitter staff
The Tesla chief has offered no updates on whether he will go through with a proposed US$44 billion takeover deal which he himself has called into doubt.
Google, Facebook, Twitter to tackle deepfakes or risk EU fines, document shows
The European Commission is expected to publish the updated code of practice on disinformation as part of its crackdown against fake news.