Elon Musk’s Tesla and SpaceX emails could only be seen by him exclusively, the Twitter lawsuit has disclosed.

But it appears that the same is not the case for employees of Tesla and SpaceX.

elon musk’s tesla, spacex emails could only be seen by him, twitter lawsuit reveals

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Tesla CEO Elon Musk smiles as he addresses guests at the Offshore Northern Seas 2022 (ONS) meeting in Stavanger, Norway on August 29, 2022. – The meeting, held in Stavanger from August 29 to September 1, 2022, presents the latest developments in Norway and internationally related to the energy, oil and gas sector.

Elon Musk’s Tesla, SpaceX Emails: No One Else Could See it?

As per the latest report by The Verge, it appears that the emails of the SpaceX and Tesla Chief Executive Officer (CEO), Musk, are exclusively available to him alone.

And as such, “no one” else at his giant electric vehicle (EV) maker could take a look at his emails.

If someone wants to view his emails at Tesla and SpaceX, it requires the consent of no less than the wealthiest man in the world himself. And the only case that it could be viewed by other people without gaining his approval is when it is already considered “legally necessary.”

However, The Verge notes in its report that employees of the two Musk-owned tech behemoths are not protected by the same rule that the billionaire allegedly enjoys.

Twitter Lawsuit Reveals Special Case for Elon Musk’s Emails

The latest information claiming that the emails of Musk in his tech giants are exclusively for his eyes only comes as Twitter has filed a lawsuit against the big boss of Tesla and SpaceX.

elon musk’s tesla, spacex emails could only be seen by him, twitter lawsuit reveals

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Elon Musk, founder and chief engineer of SpaceX speaks at the 2020 Satellite Conference and Exhibition March 9, 2020 in Washington, DC. Musk answered a range of questions relating to SpaceX projects during his appearance at the conference.

It comes after Musk aborted his plan to take over the renowned microblogging platform, Twitter.

And now, the Blue Bird lawsuit against the Tesla boss reveals that his emails could not be viewed by anyone else.

None other than the judge that oversees the Twitter lawsuit, Chancellor Kathaleen McCormick, revealed the special privileges Musk has for his emails.

The social media giant has been asking the Tesla CEO to hand over his emails to the courts. However, the judge of the case has now ruled that the emails of Musk in his firms would continue to be private.

It turns out that it would be the case as Musk enjoys some special privilege that only makes his emails available to himself.

Chancellor McCormick further notes that the emails of the billionaire that Twitter is asking for are apparently protected by the attorney-client privilege, The Verge notes in its report.

Twitter Shareholders Approve Musk Deal

Elsewhere, according to a recent report by BBC, the shareholders of Twitter have already voted in favor of the $44 billion worth deal with Musk.

The British news outlet explains that the latest move of the Twitter shareholders now forces the Tesla CEO to purchase the social media giant.

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