A U.K. Parliament online safety group has invited new Twitter owner Elon Musk to testify regarding his proposed changes to the social media company.
The Parliament’s digital committee extended the invitation to Musk on Wednesday, just over a week after his $44 billion purchase to take over ownership of Twitter and make it privately held.
“I am honored and thank the Parliament for their invitation, but it would be premature at this time to accept, given that there has not yet been a shareholder vote,” Musk said in an email to the Associated Press.
Musk has already noted several potential innovations on Twitter, though it is unclear how serious some of the comments are to be taken.
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