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Twitter lawyer warns Elon Musk risks company for billions in fines

The past two weeks. Elon has shown that he only cares about making up for the losses he incurs as a result of breaking his binding obligation to buy Twitter. He chose to enter into that agreement! We are all being dragged through this as a result of the choices he has made.

Elon has shown that his only priority with Twitter users is how to make money. I don’t believe he cares about the human rights activists. the dissidents, our users in non-money regions, and all the other users who have made Twitter the global city square that you have all worked so long to create and that we all love.

I’ve heard Alex Spiro (current Head of Legal) say that Elon is willing to take a huge risk with regard to this company and its users, because “Elon is sending missiles into space, he is not afraid of the FTC.” I heard another Legal Department leader say that because of the tight (two-week?!) SLAs between product launch > launch, Legal “will have to shift the burden to engineers” to self-certify compliance with FTC requirements and other laws. This will create a huge amount of personal, professional and legal risks for engineers: I expect you will all be pressured by management to make changes that are likely to lead to major incidents.

All this is extremely dangerous for our users. In addition, since the FTC can (and will!) fine Twitter BILLIONS of dollars under the FTC Consent Order, this is extremely damaging to Twitter’s longevity as a platform. Our users deserve so much better than this.

If you are uncomfortable about anything you are asked to do, you may call the Twitter Ethics Hotline at (800) 275-4843 or file a report at ethicshelpline.twitter.com. Also note that the FTC number is: 1-877-FTC-HELP. You may also remember that Mudge contacted httos://whistlebloweraid.org

I wish you all the luck. It was an honor to work with all of you. And I’m taking PTO for a day today.

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