American billionaire believes that Twitter lied on the volume of fake accounts and spam. But this weekend, he made a new counteroffer, offering public discussion question and bring proof the actual number of fake accounts.
Obviously, the battle is taking place on Twitter, between two SpaceX posts. : If Twitter just provides its method of sampling 100 accounts and how they turned out to be real, the deal will continue on the original terms. However, if it turns out that their filings with the SEC [régulateur boursier américain] are false in essence, it cannot be.
Before directly grabbing Parag Agrawal, CEO of Twitter : I challenge Parag Agrawal [directeur général de Twitter] publicly discuss the percentage of fake Twitter accounts. […] Let this prove to the public that there are less than 5% of fake or unwanted users on Twitter every day.