A British parliamentary committee has invited Elon Musk to discuss his plans to buy Twitter and the changes he’s proposing for the social media platform. The Tesla CEO said it’s too early to give an answer, but it would be premature at this time to accept, he said. The U.K. government’s draft online safety bill would give regulators wide-ranging powers to crack down on digital and social media companies. In 2018, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg declined an invitation to answer questions as part of its investigation into fake news. The bill’s measures aimed at combating online abuse is a requirement for the biggest platforms to give users the option to verify their identity and the choice not to interact with unverified users. It’s not the first time the committee . . .