Tuesday, May 23, 2023 at 3:30 PM, Indochina time.
Elon Musk’s personal attorney, Alex Spiro, has sent a letter to Microsoft accusing Microsoft of using the Twitter API. “For unauthorized purposes and uses” As reported by The New York Times and The Wall Street Journal, Spiro wrote: “Microsoft may violate many terms of the agreement for extended periods.” In particular, it accused Microsoft of misusing Twitter data, such as using it more than it should. and sharing that data with government agencies without permission. Spiro also wrote that Microsoft refuses to pay for the use of this data.
Microsoft has been using Twitter data through APIs for years in various products, including Xbox related products, Bing, and advertising tools. However, after Twitter discontinued free API access, Microsoft decided to begin detachment from the website. It removed Twitter from its management tools. Social media for advertisers It also turned off the option to upload screenshots and clips to Twitter directly from the Xbox console and Game Bar on Windows. $50,000 per month to access new APIs
In response to a tweet about Microsoft deprecating Twitter from its social media management tool, Elon Musk said: “They practice illegal use of Twitter data. Time to sue” It’s also worth noting that Musk and Microsoft have had a very tumultuous relationship lately, having previously claimed the tech giant was controlling its partner OpenAI. Microsoft, which invested a total of $13 billion in the creator of ChatGPT, said the claim “Incorrectly true” Musk also told Fox News he was concerned that ChatGPT “Is being trained to be politically correct.” and he’s looking at building his own spawned AI chatbot called “TruthGPT.” for-profit business
It’s unclear whether this event will lead to lawsuits, but Twitter wants Microsoft to investigate its app’s data usage. Twitter also wants Microsoft to submit a report by June on how much data the company has and how it’s collected. and use I’d also like to know when Microsoft grants government organizations access to their data.
A Microsoft spokesperson told us: “We’ve heard from law firms representing Twitter about some questions about the use of the free Twitter API earlier. We will review these questions and respond accordingly. We look forward to continuing this long-term cooperation with the parties.”
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