(Dover, DE) -- A Delaware judge has ordered both Twitter and Tesla CEO Elon Musk to turn over more information.
The opposing lawyers are fighting over Musk's agreed-to-then-abandoned 44-billion-dollar deal to acquire the social platform. Chancellor Kathaleen St. Jude McCormick ordered Twitter to provide Musk's attorneys more data regarding the company's estimates that less than five-percent of the accounts on its platform are fake.
The judge also rejected Musk's attempts to shield details about analyses he used in his attempt to terminate the deal.
Musk claims that Twitter has failed to provide enough detail about the number of fake accounts on its platform and argues that up to 30-percent of Twitter's "monetizable daily active users" could be spam or bot accounts.