Video Period 24 minutes 50 seconds
The world’s richest man has taken cost of one of many largest social media platforms.
After months of uncertainty and an extended authorized battle, the world’s wealthiest individual has taken cost of one of the vital influential social media platforms.
However it’s not but clear what Elon Musk intends to do with Twitter.
There has already been a staffing shake-up, with Musk firing a minimum of 4 high executives.
And there are speculations that he might reinstate banned Twitter accounts.
Many right-wing political figures see his takeover as a win free of charge speech, whereas others are involved it might give rise to extra hate speech on Twitter.
So, what’s subsequent for Twitter?
Presenter: Sami Zeidan
Suzanne Nossel – CEO of PEN America, a number one human rights organisation, and writer of Dare to Communicate: Defending Free Speech for All
Matt Navarra – Social media advisor and former digital communications adviser to the UK authorities
Bradley Tusk – Co-founder at Tusk Enterprise Companions and adjunct professor at Columbia Enterprise College