Congressional Republicans subpoena the FTC for asking Twitter too many questions

Rep. Jim Jordan
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The Home Judiciary Committee on Wednesday subpoenaed the Federal Commerce Fee for paperwork associated to its ongoing privateness investigation into Elon Musk’s Twitter, as first reported by The Wall Road Journal.

Rep. Jim Jordan (R-OH), chair of the committee, approved the subpoena despatched to FTC Chair Lina Khan, accusing the company of refusing to adjust to a handful of different requests the committee has revamped the previous few months. The demand requires the FTC handy over all inside communications associated to Musk’s October 2022 buy of Twitter.

In his letter to Khan Wednesday, Jordan accused the FTC of constructing “inappropriate and burdensome calls for” of Musk’s Twitter, calling the company’s responses to previous requests for…

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