Following a recent update, Twitter owner Elon Musk seemingly is concerned about his employees leaking confidential information to the public.
Platformer editor Zoe Schiffer disclosed on Saturday, December 10th, that Musk sent an email to the remainder of Twitter’s employees, warning them not to reveal “confidential” information and threatening to sue those who did.
Schiffer highlighted that the Twitter CEO was pressing personnel to sign an agreement specifying that they’ve acknowledged his request.
“As evidenced by the many detailed leaks of confidential Twitter information, a few people at our company continue to act in a manner contrary to the company’s interests and in violation of their NDA,” Musk reportedly expressed in an email.
He also reportedly said, “This will be said only once: If you clearly and deliberately violate the NDA that you signed when you joined, you accept liability to the full extent of the law and Twitter will immediately seek damages.”
The 51-year-old also informed his employees that while unexpected mishaps are understandable, however, breaking agreements by sending internal information to the media with the intent to harm the online platform could result in legal action.
Twitter personnel were given until 5:00 p.m. to respond, as per Schiffer’s report.