Billionaire Elon Musk has announced that he will form a moderation committee on Twitter, with members with diverse views before the company makes important decisions about content on this social network.
According to Engadget, Musk did not name the board members or provide a timetable for the board’s formation on Twitter.
Earlier, Mr. Musk promised to make significant changes to Twitter’s moderation policy, such as relaxing the overall rules and considering changing the permanent bans on people like him. Donald Trump.
Even so, the council’s plans suggest it may take some time for Mr. Musk to take a new approach. Mr. Musk has also informed advertisers that Twitter will not become a “free space for all”.
Despite the plan to form a new board, Mr. Musk is still making his own decisions soon after taking over Twitter. He fired a bunch of Twitter executives, including head of policy Vijaya Gadde. However, he also informed employees that the company would not lay off as mass as people feared. Earlier, he announced that he could cut 75% of the staff at Twitter.
In addition, Tesla engineers are also being transferred to a new job to help Musk see the Twitter code and make technical modifications to the social network.
Returning to the censorship board, this promises to help address the issues that have been of concern to Twitter in recent times. While some critics say Twitter needs to bring more content to express people’s views, others say Twitter needs stronger censorship to prevent hate speech and information. false news.