Twitter CEO Elon Musk told Jack Dorsey that some of the “most important data” was kept hidden from him and that some “may have been deleted.”
After learning that Baker had reviewed the first part of the infamous “Twitter Files,” shared by Substack journalist Matt Taibbi last week without Baker’s knowledge. Elon Musk fired Twitter’s deputy general counsel Jim Baker on Tuesday.
Most important data was hidden (from you too) and some may have been deleted, but everything we find will be released
— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) December 7, 2022
Due in large part to Baker’s prior employment as the FBI’s general counsel during the Russian collusion investigation. His involvement in compiling documents pertinent to Twitter’s suppression of the Hunter Biden laptop story sparked a firestorm on the social media platform.
That prompted Dorsey, who left his position as Twitter’s CEO last year and its board of directors in May. However, he demand complete transparency with the publication of the “Twitter Files.”
Elon promotes Twitter Files
Elon Musk started promoting the publication of internal Twitter communications, or “Twitter Files,” last week. The billionaire argued that the information’s disclosure would expose Twitter’s attempts to censor free speech.
Journalist Matt Taibbi, who publishes the subscription newsletter TK News, the files were made public on Friday. According to Elon Musk, the internal communications prove that Twitter censored free speech at Joe Biden’s direction during his 2020 presidential campaign. Hunter Biden’s nude photos, which had been shared without his permission, were among the posts. The tweets broke the business’s policy against revenge porn.
Elon Musk commited to make “Twitter Files” available
The files that were made public did not remove emails belonging to various Twitter employees that contained personal information. In an apparent criticism of the release on Friday, Twitter co-founder Biz Stone called it “gross” and claimed that Elon “does things for sport that have serious consequences for real people.”
Musk has committed to making more Twitter Files available. The billionaire allegedly fired Twitter deputy general counsel James Baker. He got fired because of snooping with the information’s publication on Tuesday.
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