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Always a good sign when your lawyers are quitting you.


Twitter will need to fill Dowell’s position soon, it seems, since Germany’s federal office of justice just this week launched another probe into the platform, Reuters reported. The German authority’s probe is concerned with Twitter’s seeming failure to delete or block illegal content in the country and is threatening to fine Twitter up to 50 million euros if the illegal content is not removed, Forbes reported.

Musk did not seem to see that probe coming, responding in a tweet, “First I’ve heard about this. Did they identify what content they’re concerned about?” Reuters’ report said that the German office cited several complaints about illegal content on Twitter, but while authorities said they have "sufficient evidence," they did not provide examples of illegal content driving those complaints.


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