A U.S. Securities and Exchange commissioner on Tuesday criticized a settlement between the regulator and Tesla CEO Elon Musk over his use of Twitter.
The head of the electric car maker reached a deal with the SEC on Friday, agreeing to submit his public statements about the company’s finances and other topics to vetting by its legal counsel.
However, SEC commissioner Robert Jackson registered his dissent after the deal was approved by a federal judge earlier on Tuesday.
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