Twitter was fined $350,000 for taking too long to provide data on January 6th.


New court papers made public on Wednesday show that Elon Musk's Twitter was fined $350,000 for not following a search warrant on Donald Trump's Twitter account earlier this year.

The warrant was given out as part of a special investigation by the Justice Department.

In January, special counsel Jack Smith got a search warrant for former President Trump's Twitter account, @realDonaldTrump,

 as part of his probe into whether Trump did anything to stop the peaceful transfer of power after the 2020 presidential election.

When asked for a response, X didn't answer right away.

The released opinion says that Twitter, which is now called X, fought against giving the information asked for in the warrant on February 1.

It said that the First Amendment did not allow the nondisclosure order that went with the warrant. The objection was filed four days after the deadline set by the court.

It asked the district court to decide if the non-disclosure was valid before handing over the materials asked for by the warrant.

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