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it looks like test let's see %HESITATION Ilan mosque has dodged another bullet after he and the U. S. securities and exchange commission agreed on what he can and can't tweet that's according to a court filing released late Friday the SEC sued musk last year after he tweeted in August that he had funding secured to take tests let private when the financing was not in place musk settled the lawsuit agreeing to step down as chairman and have the company's lawyers pre approve written communications including tweets with material information about the company but in February the SEC accused Moscow violating that settlement by sending a tweet about Tesla's production and asked the judge in Manhattan to hold him in contempt Reuters reporter Alexandria siege the next step is for the judge to approve this agreement there's no indication that she would not since this is very similar to what was in the original settlement %HESITATION it just spells out in %HESITATION much clearer language exactly what tweets would need pre approval if it's approved by the judge this resolution of the dispute between the SEC and Tesla really %HESITATION reduces an over hang on on the stock investors have been worried about this because in there was always the possibility that be the judge could potentially in the worst case scenario strip you on Moscow V. his CEO role the news helped push up Tesla shares nearly a percent in after hours trading after the stock dropped over five percent on Friday during regular trading hours following worse than expected quarterly results earlier in the week