Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey Asked Elon Musk How to Fix His Platform

Elon Musk speaks before unveiling the Model Y at Tesla's design studio in Hawthorne Calif

According to him, it would be "helpful to differentiate" between real and fake ( bots and organised trolls) accounts based on the feedback received.

To some investors, it looks like CEO Elon Musk's bonus package: if the manufacturer's share price exceeds $ 554.80 - which would value the company at $ 100 billion and it was very close to last week - the mercurial entrepreneur could reap the first $ 350 million installment from a possible $ 50 billion equity compensation system. "Is this a real person or is this a bot net or a sort of troll army or something like that?"

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According to a video posted to Twitter by an employee, Dorsey said via a video call from a company meeting in Houston: "Give us some direct feedback". "So, some way to try to differentiate a real person or someone just trying to game the system".

Twitter will not add an edit button in the short term, but Jack Dorsey is open to changes. "If you were running Twitter", Dorsey continued, "what would you do?" "What are people actually upset about versus manipulation of the system by various interest groups?"

Twitter stays smaller than rival social networks, reporting 145 million daily active users within the third quarter of 2019. That number is growing, and Dorsey has spoken for some time of the firm's attempts to promote "healthier" conversations online - reducing abuse, misinformation, and fake users. His use of the social community has landed him in bother too.

But occasionally the poisoning originates from Twitter individuals likeMusk Last year, he was taken to court for calling British caver Vernon Unsworth a "pedo guy" onTwitter Unsworth had actually assisted rescue 12 young boys and also their football instructor from a swamped Thai cavern in 2015. Musk won the defamation case previous year.

In another scandal prompted by his fondness for the platform, Mr Musk was sued after tweeting about plans to take Tesla private in a record $72bn (£56bn) transaction. The Securities and Exchange Commission brought a lawsuit accusing him of "false and misleading statements". In September, a settlement was reached . There were production problems and regulators forced Musk to step down from his presidency and pay a fine of $ 20 million.

Below is Musk's entire response to what he thinks Twitter could be doing better.



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