Twitter CEO Elon Musk forced staffers to suspend the account of a "left-wing activist," as revealed in a "leaked internal Twitter message," Insider reports.A screenshot of the message, Bloomberg reports, included the Twitter account for Chad Lodor along with an email that read: "Suspension: direct request from Elon Musk."According to Lodor’s Mastadon profile, they identify as a "community activist, cybersecurity expert, and citizen journalist.” Their Twitter account was one of the politically...
Troubles continue for Twitter under billionaire braggadocio Elon Musk. Amid complaints about declining engagement, Musk set his account to private to see if more people saw his tweets. "Made my account private until tomorrow morning to test whether you see my private tweets more than my public ones," Musk tweeted. Locking your account keeps anyone who doesn't follow you from seeing your tweets. It also requires you to approve new followers and prohibits even your followers from retweeting...
Have you noticed that some of your favorite Twitter users locked their accounts over the past day or two? Perhaps the most obvious case of a Twitter user that went private recently is none other than the platform's owner, Elon Musk. With more than 127 million followers, Musk didn't exactly go private in order to hide his tweets from the public. Elon Musk's Twitter account looks like this right now unless you are following him. ...
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Tesla CEO and Twitter owner Elon Musk has set his account on the platform to private to test claims by prominent conservatives that public accounts are having their engagement limited following changes to Twitter's algorithm.
And Elon was cool with him sharing the truth, which says a lot.