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Elon Musk Building A Twitter Rival With Jack Dorsey!

    Elon Musk Building A Twitter Rival With Jack Dorsey!

    The world’s richest man is in talks with former Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey, interesting given that Dorsey is a Twitter co-founder, while Elon Musk is the current interested buyer for the platform.

    After realizing that the platform would not suit their goals. Among the main things you may be familiar with about the billionaire are his bid for free speech and low-band propaganda that he wanted a social media site in which people were free to express themselves with fewer bands.

    West President and former US President Donald Trump was banned from Twitter in January 2021 after being accused of inciting a riot. A major attack for Elon Musk wasn’t reason enough to permanently delete the president’s Twitter account, yet current Twitter CEO Parag Agarwal won’t do as well as some think.

    That is, free speech. Elon Musk also acknowledged his dislike for CEOs in a text with Jack Dorsey, who reads too slowly and tries to please people who won’t be happy, no matter what. Whatever Dorsey was curious to know, the two wouldn’t work together, but wait for the tech billionaire who has all the money.

    In the world he had the option to opt out and this is exactly what Elon Musk was seriously thinking about creating a new social media platform, after this tweet came a round of critics for the social media platform, which read that Twitter Town Square is fundamentally undermining democracy when it fails to abide by the principles of freedom of expression when it acts as the de facto public.

    The obvious answer was to create another social media platform that we cannot ignore. The fact that Elon Musk currently owns a social media platform is nothing more than a weakening of democracy for a platform like Facebook, as the desire for money bothers Musk himself a lot.

    The platform he is about to buy does not convey his main goal of what a social media platform should be like as well as the whole bot issue made things worse as the site misrepresented the total number of bots. The deal made available sounds like a scam, but the biggest pain in his neck was the Twitter board, which he believes plans to sack the entire board as soon as it comes to Twitter.

    His first move would be to take away his paycheck, which costs $3 million a year, but even if Elon Musk has a better option of working with tough people and ending up with migraines, it won’t be easier than Elon Musk.

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