Technology Elon Musk indefinitely postpones the re-launch of Twitter Blue in the face of a problem of false accounts
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Elon Musk and Senator Lindsey Graham feuded on social media over how the United States should handle the ongoing Russia-Ukraine War. Musk offered a solution Graham called "dumb."Musk, the founder of Telsa and CEO of SpaceX, offered a "solution" to the Russia-Ukraine War that included Ukraine handing over Crimea to Russia and Ukraine staying out of NATO, in return, Russia should quit any further militaristic invasion.
by Ambar Warrick
Investing.com-- Elon Musk, owner of Twitter (NYSE: Twr) , said Tuesday that the revival by the social media platform of its paid verification service would be postponed until the company can effectively prevent identity theft through this service.
Musk declared in a tweet that the company "waited" Oiur relance service until there was "great confidence in the judgment of identity theft". This decision comes a week before the date initially planned by Mr. Musk for the launch of the service.
The CEO of Tesla Inc (Nasdaq: Tsla) added that Twitter would probably use badges of different colors to distinguish organizations and verified people.
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The billionaire recently opened up about what he thinks drove a wedge between himself and his 18-year-old daughter.In a recent interview with Financial Times, the Tesla CEO and billionaire says his 18-year-old daughter Vivian, has been poisoned against him by "neo-Marxists" and the allure of communist influences in elite educational institutions.
Musk, who recently took control of Twitter as part of an acquisition of $ 44 billion, had tried to reshape the Twitter blue check check system by transforming it into a paid service of $ 8 per month called Twitter Blue.
But this led to an increase in identity usurpations of companies and advertisers on the site, which led to the withdrawal of the service just days after its launch.
Musk then declared that the service would be relaunched by November 29, and that it would understand more controls to prevent identity theft. He had criticized the previous "Blue Check" verification system by Twitter, comparing it to a medieval feudal system.
Musk had made Twitter Blue a priority in his overhaul of the social media giant, in order to diversify the income of the company beyond advertising.
Elon Musk Responds To LeBron James' Serious Concern About Twitter
Since Elon Musk has acquired Twitter, there have been some alarming shifts — and LeBron James expressed concern over this particular issue.Also, In a lengthy letter to Twitter advertisers, Musk tweeted his reasoning for buying the platform, saying, "I didn't do it because it would be easy. I didn't do it to make more money. I did it to try to help humanity, whom I love." He added, "Twitter obviously cannot become a free-for-all he**scape, where anything can be said with no consequences!" However, many users are evidently concerned that, under Musk's control, Twitter will become more of a "free-for-all he**scape.
But the takeover of Twitter by Musk was marked by numerous discord, the richest man in the world who dismissed a large part of the staff of the company. Several advertisers also withdrew from the social media site, and Mr. Musk spoke of a potential bankruptcy if the social media platform was unable to attract more income.
Nevertheless, Mr. Musk said in another tweet on Tuesday that the website added 1.6 million daily users during the past week, a record gain.
This announcement also comes after the billionaire has canceled the suspension of several controversial accounts on the social media platform, notably those of former American president Donald Trump and musician Ye, also known as Kanye West.
Elon Musk’s Twitter Teeters on the Edge After Another 1,200 Leave .
Elon Musk sent a flurry of emails to Twitter employees on Friday morning with a plea. “Anyone who actually writes software, please report to the 10th floor at 2 p.m. today,” he wrote in a two-paragraph message, which was viewed by The New York Times. “Thanks, Elon.” About 30 minutes later, Mr. Musk sent another email saying he wanted to learn about Twitter’s “tech stack,” a term used to describe a company’s software and related systems. Then in another email, he asked some people to fly to Twitter’s headquarters in San Francisco to meet in person.Sign up for The Morning newsletter from The New York TimesTwitter is teetering on the edge as Mr.