After Elon Musk’s multibillion-dollar takeover, Twitter Towers has seen a complete transformation.
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after months of negotiations, became the richest man on the planet at the end October. “buying Twitter acts as an accelerant to the creation of X, the all-purpose app”. Your guess is as good or better than mine.
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Musk was able to get to work immediately. Musk and his team fired some top-ranking management staff. His latest move was to change the ‘blue check’ award, which is given to users who are, according to the old site, ‘authentic, noble, and active’.
SpaceX and Tesla are now threatening to charge $8 per month for blue-eyed customers. This has not gone down well with the New Statesman claiming that it would be a “disaster”.
Twitter’s current lords and peasants system is in bullshit. It determines who has or does not have a blue checkmark.
Give power to the people! Blue for $8/month
Elon Musk (@elonmusk November 1, 2022
Ian Poulter is one of the many who disagree with the views of the respected publication. He is a frequent Twitter poster and a player that uses Twitter to support LIV Golf.
The 46-year old has been seen fighting back against anonymous trolling on social media. Musk welcomes any attempt to remove them from his feed.
The Ryder Cup star posted this Wednesday afternoon:
It can be great to have 2.2 million followers. But I’m very happy that @elonmusk has seized control of Twitter. He will hopefully get rid of the Bots & Sad Lowlife Bullies who only post abusive comments to their followers and posts. It’s getting boring blocking people
— Ian Poulter (@IanJamesPoulter) November 2, 2022
The 46-year old finished 29th in the end of season LIV rankings. earned just over $3million combined in individual and team earnings.
Poults was elected first-time captain of the Majesticks GC Team. This move allowed him to play in singles matches rather than Lee Westwood – a strategic decision that was made for a man who holds a Ryder Cup singles record with six wins and one-half from seven matches.
Poulter will be pleased with how Twitter has dealt with “hateful behavior” outside of the course. We should all be thankful for this.
We’ve been focusing on the rise in hateful behavior on Twitter since Saturday. We have made significant progress in removing over 1500 accounts and reducing the number of impressions for this content to almost zero. This is the latest information about our work and what’s next.
Yoel Roth (@yoyoel October 31, 2022