What will Twitter look like in the time of Elon Musk? | Miscellaneous | DW Arabic Window on Celebrity Lives and Funny Events | DW

What will Twitter look like in the time of Elon Musk?  |  Miscellaneous |  DW Arabic Window on Celebrity Lives and Funny Events |  DW
What will Twitter look like in the time of Elon Musk?  |  Miscellaneous |  DW Arabic Window on Celebrity Lives and Funny Events |  DW

What will Twitter look like in the time of Elon Musk? | Miscellaneous | DW Arabic Window on Celebrity Lives and Funny Events | DW

Elon Musk, the new CEO of Twitter The social media platform’s mission is to become the most accurate source of information around the world and to stimulate debate about how to achieve that and who determines what exactly is.

Musk has taken drastic action since acquiring Twitter in a $44 billion deal about a week ago, laying off half the staff and billing users, providing some early clues as to how the world’s richest person might look restructured the platform.

“Twitter must become by far the most accurate source of information on the planet,” Musk said on Sunday (November 6, 2022). That’s our mission.

Immediately, his tweet sparked tens of thousands of replies and discussions about how to accomplish that mission. “For who exactly?” asked Twitter founder and former CEO Jack Dorsey.

Musk, who also runs electric car company Tesla and rocket company SpaceX, said last month that Twitter will work to create a moderation board for content with “very diverse views.”

“no exceptions”

as he said mask As of yesterday Sunday, “Twitter users who impersonate themselves without clearly stating that they are using one of the ‘satirist’ accounts will be permanently banned without warning.”

He added that the platform previously issued a warning before commenting, but since Twitter is making verification widely available, there will be no warning and “no exceptions.”

“This will be a clear requirement when signing up for Twitter Blue,” Musk said, adding that any name change will result in a temporary loss of the user’s verification token.

A few days ago, Twitter updated its app on the Apple App Store to charge $8 for blue ticks, which are very popular as the platform tries to boost sales.

According to Twitter, benefits of the verification service include “half the ads,” the ability to post longer videos on Twitter, and prioritizing high-quality content.

wrongly dismissed

But the New York Times reported yesterday that “the platform will delay the introduction of verification tokens for subscribers to its new service until after the United States midterm elections, which are held tomorrow, Tuesday.”

In a sign of greater confusion following Musk’s takeover, Twitter is now communicating with dozens of employees who have lost their jobs, asking them to return, Bloomberg News reported.

According to the report, some of those asked to return were inadvertently released. The report cited people familiar with those moves and said others were abandoned before management realized their expertise might be necessary to achieve the new features Musk was looking for.

(Reuters)




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