Twitter CEO Elon Musk Issues Warning to Staff Over Leaking Data

  • Musk issued a stern warning against the release of confidential information.
  • The Tesla CEO allegedly gave Twitter staff till Saturday night at 5 pm to react to his email.

According to reports, Elon Musk has taken a dramatic new step by threatening to sue Twitter workers who are engaged in leaking the company’s secret information. He sent a warning email to the Twitter team advising them not to give out too much information to the press. Moreover, Musk wants his staff to sign a commitment indicating that they have read and fully understand the conditions of the agreement. He warned that doing so might constitute a flagrant breach of the NDA all Twitter workers are required to sign upon joining the company.

Furthermore, the CEO of Tesla allegedly sent an email in which he discussed working against the interests of the firm. He said that several examples of sensitive Twitter data being leaked in great detail proved his point. 

Strict Regulations Invoked

Journalist Zo Schiffer of Platformer claims that Musk issued a stern warning against the release of confidential information. Musk recently laid off hundreds of employees, prompting the warning. In addition, he instituted strict regulations concerning workers’ output.

Accordingly, Musk allegedly gave Twitter staff till Saturday night at 5 pm to react to his email. Recently, the billionaire claimed that the likelihood of recession would increase if the Fed were to raise interest rates at their next meeting.

Moreover, On December 13–14, the Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC) will convene for their next and last policy meeting of 2022. Musk’s remark comes after he recently predicted that the slump might last until 2024. The Dogecoin supporter has been vocal about the recession on several occasions.



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