A viable Twitter deal is “not out of the question” at a lower price, Elon Musk said at the 2022 All-In Summit Monday, as he’s continued to express skepticism about the company’s estimate of spam and fake accounts.
State of play: Musk recently put his deal to buy Twitter “temporarily on hold” as he seeks out more information about spam and fake accounts.
Driving the news: In a series of tweets Monday, Twitter’s chief executive Parag Agrawal defended the company’s estimate of “well under 5%” fake accounts and bots and laid out how it arrived at the figure.
- Musk replied to Agrawal’s tweet and responded with the poop emoji.
Musk went further at the All-In Summit, saying without providing evidence that it “seems beyond unreasonable” that Twitter’s number of human accounts is at over 95%.