Contacted by AFP, Peiter Zatko’s lawyer did not respond immediately.
Elon Musk also asks the former security manager to produce any document related to the measurement of the number of monetizable daily active users (mDAU), a key indicator of the group’s performance.
In addition, the billionaire wants to obtain the written traces of presentations that Peiter Zaitko would have made to management concerning the risks of cyberattacks and flaws in Twitter’s computer system.
He also said he was interested in all documents and communications “relating to Twitter’s attempts to hide its security vulnerabilities from investors, regulators and the public“, as well as any trace of”illegal activity“within society.
The trial begins on October 17
The dispute between Twitter and Elon Musk must be examined during a trial which will begin on October 17 before a specialized court in Delaware and which must last five days.