Twitter to be sent to court to testify on the number of bots of one of the dismissed managers

Twitter to be sent to court to testify on the number of bots of one of the dismissed managers

Legitimate representatives of Ilon Mask recently demanded that the justice authorities take evidence in the case of the unsolved purchase of Twitter specialists from the company involved in determining the number of questionable accounts. Out of 21 potential witnesses, only one will be called to court, and Twitter chose to break up with him as early as May this year.

As Bloomberg explains, an interesting information on how to calculate the proportion of bots in the daily Twitter audience in October this year will be sworn in by Kyvon Beikpur, who until May this year held the position of head of Twitter's consumer products. The list of 21 potential witnesses by the judge in preparation for the hearing was largely rejected, except for the intention to call Beikpur to testify.

In fact, until May this year, it was Beikpur who led a team of specialists who were supposed to collect and analyse data on the audience structure of this social network. It was to the quality of these data that Ilon Mask had raised questions in preparation for the purchase of Twitter, so the court's willingness to listen to Kywon Beckpur seems to be a legitimate motive.