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Elon Musk restores possibility of free speech

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1 hour ago, ravishingravi said:

Well Twitter will be more fun. That’s for sure. 

https://www.marketwatch.com/story/elon-musk-must-pay-more-than-200-million-to-3-fired-twitter-execs-11666927154

 

Whatever it is, the 3 executives who were fired are laughing their way to bank... In total, Gadde is set to walk away from Twitter with the biggest haul: Nearly $74 million. Agrawal and Segal aren’t far behind her, though, at roughly $65 million and $66 million, respectively.

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43 minutes ago, diga said:

https://www.marketwatch.com/story/elon-musk-must-pay-more-than-200-million-to-3-fired-twitter-execs-11666927154

 

Whatever it is, the 3 executives who were fired are laughing their way to bank... In total, Gadde is set to walk away from Twitter with the biggest haul: Nearly $74 million. Agrawal and Segal aren’t far behind her, though, at roughly $65 million and $66 million, respectively.

 

Yeah good for them. He is going to recover the cost from advertising revenue. 

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https://reason.com/2022/10/28/musk-says-he-bought-twitter-to-help-humanity-pledges-not-to-let-it-become-a-free-for-all-hellscape/

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He promised not to let Twitter become a "free-for-all hellscape, where anything can be said with no consequences! 

 

Oh ... the irony! 

 

He did not like Twitter because it censored what he liked.  Now, he can censor it to fit his liking.  What else can he mean by "not letting it become ... where anything can be said"?  I thought the whole point of taking it over was to let it become a place where anything can be said.     

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5 hours ago, BacktoCricaddict said:

https://reason.com/2022/10/28/musk-says-he-bought-twitter-to-help-humanity-pledges-not-to-let-it-become-a-free-for-all-hellscape/

 

Oh ... the irony! 

 

He did not like Twitter because it censored what he liked.  Now, he can censor it to fit his liking.  What else can he mean by "not letting it become ... where anything can be said"?  I thought the whole point of taking it over was to let it become a place where anything can be said.     

 

He never said anything can be said. He said anything that is in line with regulations / constitution should be allowed to be said. He says he can reduce the arbitrary discretionary powers of those at the helm. We shall see. 

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