It’s been quite some time since the $44 billion purchase of Twitter. However, there are still new details, news, and investigations related to Musk. There is information that the U.S. government is investigating whether Musk’s foreign investment partners have access to private user data on the platform.
Along with this, the government is asking for more information about Musk’s private agreements with international investors who own shares in the company. To this case was added that the business operations of Elon Musk in Ukraine and China are also of concern. Prince Al-Waleed bin Talal Al Saud of Saudi Arabia and the Qatar Investment Authority are reportedly among the investors.
Janet Yellen, the Secretary of the Treasury and head of the Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States, said that there is no reason to launch an investigation into Musk’s acquisition of Twitter.
At the same time, President Joe Biden believes Musk’s relations with other countries are worthy of attention. Senator Chris Murphy urged CFIUS to investigate Saudi Arabia’s stake in Twitter. He was joined by Dianne Feinstein, Elizabeth Warren, Ben Ray Lujan, and Richard Blumenthal.