Twitter accepts Elon Musk's bid to buy the company for $44 billion


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Na carta em que havia feito a oferta ao Twitter, Musk alegou que a empresa precisava se tornar privada para cumprir seu potencial de grande plataforma da liberdade de expressão

In the letter in which he had made the offer to Twitter, Musk claimed that the company needed to go private to comply. its potential as a great platform for freedom of expression| Photo: EFE/Britta Pedersen

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