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Elon Musk says he wants 1 billion active users on Twitter



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Yahoo Finance tech editor Dan Howley reports on the latest news following Elon Musk’s town hall meeting with Twitter employees.
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24 Comments

  1. FYI Theirs no such thing as breaking the law by saying things on the internet. Tech companies are breaking the law by turning in your information to law enforcement. The only thing in the US which says its against the law to make threats and such comes from supreme court statutes on the 1st amendment. The same 1st amendment that tech companies ignore completely while they censor you for hate speech. If 1st amendment statutes apply to me for internet speech then the 1st amendment applies to tech companies, and so does any privacy laws.

    If you wanna harass users for threats on the internet then first do a supreme court ruling that says the US constitution applies to the digital world. They only apply for me and not for thou. It doesn't work that way. These people want you to believe typing a threat on the internet is equivalent to knocking on your neighbors door and telling him you're gonna kill him. But at the same time monitoring your comments and removing them is not equivalent to the federal express opening your mail and destroying it for speech they don't like.

  2. I quit Twitter 5 years ago, never looked back. I left FB this year too. You can in fact just leave social media, and you will be okay. Trust me, you might even be better off 😉

  3. They say that bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies will change the world, and on every platform for trading and transactions they refuse too much money and plus if you are lucky enough to earn something, the states have introduced a tax on crypto, so it makes no sense😈

  4. Bring back Trump – first they stole the election then they took his voice… libs are the ultimate LOSERS.

  5. Calling all twitter users: CANCEL YOUR ACCOUNT!! Elon Musk has enough money without you supporting him too!!

  6. Can you make a video explaining how beginners can make huge profit within a short period of time? I mean i was at a seminar and the host spoke about making well over $880,000 within 4months of investing $150,000 i just need to know how.

  7. Thanks to Elon I'll be closing mine the day he takes over.
    One step closer to become free from the grip of social media.