Elon Musk asks Twitter to decide whether to step down – E24

Elon Musk asks Twitter to decide whether to step down – E24

The eccentric owner of Twitter and Tesla also believes that there is no heir.

Elon Musk believes that there is no suitable group of candidates for the position of CEO of Twitter.

“Should I step down from my position as CEO of Twitter?”

That was the question Elon Musk asked on Twitter Monday night NST.

By 7 am the next day, 12.3 million users had cast their ballots. 56% answered yes.

The second richest man in the world claims that he will obey the outcome of the vote.

sorry. It won’t happen again

The survey was published just hours after the platform announced that it would ban users who promote Twitter’s competitors – such as Facebook and Instagram – or newer direct platforms such as Mastodon and Post.

The announcement was met with sharp criticism, writes CNN, which noted that a few hours later Musk went backwards at some points.

“In the future, there will be votes on important changes to the guidelines. Sorry. It won’t happen again,” Musk said on Twitter.

After three minutes I follow up with a vote.

In the comments section, the South African-born entrepreneur also denied appointing the next CEO.

“Nobody who wants the job can keep Twitter alive. There is no heir,” he said. Type musk.

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Inside the Twitter drama

Banned journalists

The competitor censorship mentioned Sunday is the latest in a series of controversial moves on Twitter with Musk at center.

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This week, the platform removed the accounts of journalists from several US media outlets covering the company and its new owner, Elon Musk.

Among them are journalists from the New York Times, the Washington Post and CNN.

The European Union warned Twitter owner Elon Musk on Friday that he could face sanctions as a result.

The news of the closure of journalists’ Twitter accounts is alarming. The European Union’s Digital Services Act (Digital Services Act) requires respect for media freedom and fundamental rights. So does the Freedom of Information Act, as EU Commissioner Vera Jourova wrote – on Twitter.

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