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Elon Musk will make many changes when owning Twitter

Elon Musk has just closed the acquisition of Twitter for $44 billion and will make at least 5 important changes to this social network. From the long-awaited edit button to the full-platform open-source, here are the changes the world's richest man wants to see.

Twitter announced an agreement to sell for $ 44 billion to billionaire Elon Musk on April 25. The world’s richest billionaire would dominate the social networking platform, which has hundreds of millions of users, including many international leaders.

Elon Musk is anticipated to make significant changes to the way this social network operates after gaining ownership of it. Specifically:

  1. Emphasize the importance of freedom of expression

Musk is skeptical of Twitter’s handling of all forms of free expression. “Freedom of speech is important for a functioning democracy,” he tweeted in March. Do you feel Twitter follows this rule to the letter?”

Elon Musk

Musk’s supporters doubt Twitter’s ability to do so as well. Musk claims that Twitter’s filtering is politically motivated and that the public is unable to express themselves freely. Musk wants Twitter to quit suppressing free expression.

  1. Make the algorithm available to the public

Musk believes Twitter should open-source its algorithm, whether it was in a March tweet or a Ted Talk. People on Twitter can examine how Twitter decides whether to demote or promote a document by opening up the algorithm Twitter uses, and potentially offer suggestions on the code.

Elon Musk

In truth, much of Twitter’s code is already open source, but few social media sites have done so to reveal how Twitter engineers manage the site (Pixelfed and Okuna are both entirely open source) because they wanted to maintain their own internal processes intact.

  1. Scams and other forms of fraud must be eliminated

Scammers posing as Elon Musk damaged me personally. As a result, he wants to clean up the site (if possible) and remove scammers and bots to make it a more secure environment for visitors. Musk, on the other hand, has not stated how pirated content will be dealt with.

Elon Musk

  1. Stop using Twitter to promote your business

Musk isn’t a fan of Twitter advertisements. He claims it gives ad corporations too much control over the site.

Musk stated on Twitter that he prefers a subscription-based Twitter than an ad-supported version. Twitter Blue, a monthly subscription service that offers customers access to premium features for a single fee, already exists. Musk can continue to improve this function and entice additional well-known people to join.

  1. A button to modify will be available

We’ve all heard about Twitter’s edit button. Musk remained tight-lipped about his thoughts on the subject. He did, however, run a poll on Twitter on April 4 asking his followers if they felt Twitter should have a poll. The answer was a resounding “yes” after four million votes. Because of Musk’s misspelling, it’s possible that Twitter could implement an edit button that allows users to amend errors after they’ve tweeted.

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