On October 27, Elon Musk bought Twitter after months of wafflings for $44 billions.
Mr. Musk, a “free speach absolutist”, said that he wants to make Twitter more freewheeling place for all types of commentary.
David Kaye, a law teacher at the University of California, said: “There could be real-world consequences to his leadership”.
The USA president attended an event in Chicago for upcoming elections, wherein called out Elon Musk for buying Twitter.
Biden said: “Now what are we all worried about? Elon Musk goes out and buys an outfit that sends and spews lies all across the world.”
Karine Jean-Pierre, White House Press Secretary, told reporters earlier that Biden had ben clear about the need to reduce hate speech and misinformation.
Mr. Musk promise radical changes at Twitter.
-Placating advertiser. Musk sent a message to advertisers saying he wouldn’t let the site become a hotbed of hate speech. For this reason, numerous advertisers have backed out from doing business with Twitter over content moderation concerns.
-Job cuts. Musk, in fact, had plan to cut off about 50% of Twitter’s actually crew. Why? Because Musk’s interest is to make $1bn a year, so he needs to reduce costs.
-New leadership. Musk is now the unique director of Twitter.
-Changes to verification. Certified accounts on Twitter - which have a blue tick next their name - have to pay $8 a month as part of the platform’s premium service.
-Content moderation. No changes on content policies. Musk’s idea consist into different stands of content. Users will select which Twitter’s version want.
Chiara Chiommino is a graduating student in science of communication with work’s experience in social media marketing and web marketing as Brand Manager for Italian Cigar Group SRL. She took part in an internship experience entitled "Il Metaverso" in Italy.